IA GUIDE: References and Appendices Sections This section should be a list of all the material the students have referred to. All references stated in the introduction and discussion sections of the student’s report should be included in the references section. References should follow a recognized format and be consistent throughout. The recommended style for a textbook reference is: Flanagan, C (1997) An introduction to Psychology. London, UK. Thomas & Co. (That is, in the order: surname, initial (date) title. Place of publication. Publisher.) References for textbooks written by multiple authors should be presented as follows: Crane, J & Hannibal, J (2009) IB Diploma Programme: Psychology Course Companion. Oxford, UK. OUP. (That is, in the order: surname, initial & surname, initial (date) title. Place of publication. Publisher.) Please note that page references should be included. Websites must be fully referenced with "http://www.” followed by the address so they can be located. Any statistical packages used must also be included in the references section. Appendices In this section, students must include blank copies of any supplementary information, a list of the materials used, such as standardized instructions, debriefing notes and a blank copy of an informed consent statement. This section provides all the materials necessary to allow the experiment to be replicated. Tables of raw data and calculations must be included. However, it is not necessary to include all participant responses: one blank copy or a sample is sufficient. Materials should be clearly labeled and organized.