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Reference List Entry: Format (10.1)
Author, A. (Date). Title of article. Title of newspaper, Volume Number (Issue Number) if applicable. Page numbers if applicable. DOI or ULR if applicable.
Brean, J. (2019, Jul 13). Shattering the scientific world's history of gendered brain assumptions. National Post. p. A.7. https://nationalpost.com/news/shattering-the-scientific-worlds-history-of-gendered-brain-assumptions
(Author, Date), e.g.: (Brean, 2019)
Author (Date), e.g.: Brean (2019)
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