Psychology -> Referencing CD-ROMs
1 Author(s) / Organisation:the surname and initials of each author of the CD-ROM if this is provided or the name of the organisation.
2 Year of publication: this is enclosed in brackets and followed by a full stop.
3 Title of the article: followed by a full stop.
4 Title of the CD-ROM: this can either be italicised or underlined and is followed by a full stop.
5 Place of publication: followed by a colon.
6 Publisher's name: followed by a full stop.
For example: Ryan, C. (1997). Exploring perception: A CD-ROM for Macintosh and Microsoft windows. Pacific Grove: Brooks/Cole Publishing Company.
As the internet and CD ROMs are a recent source of information, referencing procedures for them have yet to be finalised. Remember that the purpose of referencing material is so that it can be easily located. Make sure you have provided the information necessary for the reader to locate the reference. Accurate punctuation is essential.