References in the text ...
1. ... indicate the origin of a citation in the text or as a footnote (e.g.: Miller, 2010, p. 43).
2. Some styles make a difference between quotations (s. ...) and paraphrase (cf. ...). Many styles do not make this distinction.
3. The reference in text refers to a single source in the reference list. If you use more than one work from a person from one year, put an a, b, ... behind the year. (e.g.: Miller, 2010a, p. 43)
3 facts and 3 questions in the cafeteria
How would you reference the source in the text? (APA style)
This is correct. According to APA style, in the first citation from a source with two authors, all surnames and the year are named in this form. In addition you provide the page number.
The title of the publication and further details are given only in the reference list in APA style.
Here the information about the second author is missing.
Which one is correct?
Widerquist is not the author of the cited information, therefore this reference isn’t correct.
This is correct. Hartzok is the author of the article on page 60 of the book.
Editors aren’t named in this kind of short reference in text.
What about this one?
This one is correct.
If there is a personal author, affiliated institutions are not named in the reference in text.
The personal author is the creator of the work, that is why he is named and not the publisher or institution.