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Hi, I'm doing my EPQ and the author of this article I'm using has a PhD after his name. How does this fit into the usual format: Surname, Initial(s).
Is it included as another inital?
Thanks in advance!

Just for context - the name is Christopher E. Ellis, Ph.D.
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(Original post by RosieXX16)
Hi, I'm doing my EPQ and the author of this article I'm using has a PhD after his name. How does this fit into the usual format: Surname, Initial(s).
Is it included as another inital?
Thanks in advance!

Just for context - the name is Christopher E. Ellis, Ph.D.
It doesn't, many authors have a PhD, especially in academic writing, it's not part of the referencing information needed.
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It doesn't, many authors have a PhD, especially in academic writing, it's not part of the referencing information needed.
Ah, thankyou so much for the help and the quick reply! :ms:
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