Below, are examples that may help you locate the DOI for an article. For example, if you have an article from an APS journal, you might find the DOI right under the Abstract, as in the example below.
Independent Variable Affects Dependent Variable
First Author 1and Second Author
1 Department of Psychology,
correspondence to First Author, Department of Psychology,
Copyright © 20XX ____________________________
ABSTRACT—Although a considerable body of research explores __________, investigators have yet to examine ________. To examine the effects of ________, . participants were exposed to _______. The findings suggest ______.
(Received mm/dd/yy; Revision accepted mm/dd/yy)
DIGITAL OBJECT IDENTIFIER (DOI)
10.1111/j.1467-9280.2009.02352.x About DOI
If, on the other hand, you have an article from an APA journal, you might find the DOI in the top right corner, as in the example below.
Journal Name © 20XX Publisher
20XX, Vol. XX, No. X, 1XX–1XX DOI: 10.1037/a0015609
Title of Article
First Author, Second Author, and Third Author
However, there are not rules. For some journals, you might find the DOI just below the authors’ names, as in the example below.
First Author, Second Author, & Third Author
Alternatively, you might find the DOI on the bottom, left side of the page, as in the example below.
This article examines ________. The studies conducted, support _______ hypothesis.. Specifically, _____________. Thus, the results suggest.
Key Words: _________ • _________ • _________ •
This version was published on month, day, year
Journal Name, Vol. xx, No. x,