An Article in a Reference Book:
"Perennial." Def. 4c. The Oxford English Dict. 2nd ed. 1989. Print.
An Article in a Biblical Dictionary:
Wessel, W. W. "Blessing." The New Bible Dictionary. Ed. J.D. Douglas, et al. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1967. 160. Print.
Note: In specialized reference works in which entries are attributed to authors, then follow the more complete format as follows: Author/Editor. Title. Volume #. City: Publisher, Year. page #'s. # of volumes. See Anthology entry.
An Article in a Journal with Continuous Annual Pagination:
Marotti, Arthur F. "Countertransference, the Communication Process, and the Dimensions of Psychoanalytic Criticism." Critical Inquiry 4 (1978): 471-89. Print.
An Article in a Journal that Paginates Each Issue Separately:
Festinger, Leon. "Cognitive Dissonance." Scientific American 7.2 (Oct. 1962): 93-102. Print.
An Article from a Daily Newspaper:
Lublin, Joann S. "On Idle: The Unemployed Shun Much Mundane Work, at Least for a While." Wall Street Journal 5 Dec. 1980: 1+. Microform.
An Article in a Magazine or Journal:
Serrill, Michael S. "Bareknuckle Banking." Time 30 July 1990: 48-50. Microform.
For most books, arrange the information into three units (Name, Title, Publisher), each followed by a period:
This information is taken from the title page of the book and the reverse side of the title page (the copyright page).
Basic Format for Periodical Print Publications (Newspapers, Magazines, Journals)