The References page is an alphabetical list of all the sources you cite in your paper. Every source you want to use in your paper must be listed on the works cited page.
Here are some basic rules to follow when creating your Works Cited page:
Example References page:
CHILDHOOD OBESITY 7
Davis, B. (2009). Proximity of fast-food restaurants to schools
and adolescent obesity. American Journal of Public
Health, 99(3), 505.
Food fight: Childhood obesity and the food industry. ABC News
Productions. (2006). New York, N.Y.: Films Media Group,
Lin, B., Guthrie, J., & Frazao, E. (2001). American children's
diets not making the grade. Food Review, 24(2), 8-17.
Overweight and obesity: A growing problem. (2012, April 27).
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Retrieved
June 20, 2012, from: