Formatting citations can be tedious. Why should you bother learning to cite correctly? Here are some reasons:
Here are some of the most common citation mistakes that Dr. Sia and Prof. Koford see:
Write the later date first - the date of the physical copy you used. In parentheses at the end of the Reference List entry, add a note that says when the original work was published.
Freud, S. (2011). Beyond the pleasure principle. (T. Dufresne, Ed., and G. C. Richter, Trans.) Peterborough, Ont.:
Broadview Editions. (Original work published 1922).
Note: When you cite a republished work, like the one above, in your text, it should appear with both dates: (Laplace, 1814/1951).