Generally, in-text citations include the last name of the author(s) and year of publication. Also, note that unlike the APA style, there are no commas between the last name and the year of publication.
If author's name is in the text, add publication year in parentheses:
If the name is not in the text, put the last name and publication year in parentheses:
First citation for a work with three authors:
Four or more authors
For first and subsequent citations:
Institutional or government authorship
If the name is long and if the abbreviation is readily understandable, you may abbreviate the name in the second and subsequent citations.
Multiple consecutive citations
List in either alphabetical or date order consistently throughout the manuscript. Separate with semicolons.
If a direct quote or specific passage is used, add the page number after the year of publication:
Indicate forthcoming for materials scheduled for publication. Cite date for dissertations and unpublished/working papers. If no date is available, use N.d.(no date) in place of the date.