How do you cite a paper that has been accepted but not published yet?
For accepted papers where you are just waiting for the journal issue to be published, you can use “in press” in place of the year in the in-text citation, for example (Smith et al., in press). (I have also seen “forthcoming” but it’s less common.)
How do you reference a review article?
To be made up of:Name of the reviewer (if indicated).Year of publication of the review (in round brackets).Title of the review (in single quotation marks).Review of (title of work reviewed – in italics).Author of work being reviewed.Publication details (title in italics).
How do you cite work under review?
Yes, you can, If the article is submitted and it is under review. you can write author name and the year when the article was written. Avoid mentioning the journal or the publisher because your paper may be rejected.
What does it mean by in press?
Generally speaking, the status “in press” appears after the paper has been accepted for publication. It means that your paper is now in the final stages of production. If you have not yet received the page proofs, you will receive them soon.
What does in press mean on a CV?
Journal Articles in Press: For articles that have been accepted and are in the process of being published, the year of publication is replaced with the term in press in parentheses. If listing a publication that is “in press” on your CV, include a copy of the acceptance letter from the publisher.