Author(s) of chapter, A. (Date). Title of chapter in sentence case. In E. Editor(s) of book (Ed.), Title of book in italic sentence case (edition information., pp. page range of chapter). Name of Publisher(s).
Reference list entry
Sturgess, A. (2011). Celebrating the square peg: Twice-exceptional learners. In R. Moltzen (Ed.), Gifted and talented: New Zealand perspectives (3rd ed., pp. 379-403). Pearson.
Sturgess (2011) describes ... (p. 389).
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Finding the author of a chapter in an edited book
Sometimes it is difficult to find the author of a particular chapter in an edited book—especially in nursing textbooks. The names of chapter authors may appear at the beginning of each chapter, or in the contents page of the book. For example:
In some books, chapter authors appear in a separate list of contributors with details of each chapter they have written. Sometimes contributors are listed with no attributed chapters; it is not necessary to include these contributors in the reference list unless they are clearly identified as the author of a chapter or the editor of the book.