Answered By: Reeti Brar
Last Updated: Feb 16, 2023     Views: 20

Any acronyms, initialisms, and abbreviations that appear in the work’s title should remain in uppercase. Those with mixed casing (e.g., fMRI) should keep the mixed casing. Here are some examples:

Currie, G., Finlay, B., Seth, A., Roth, C., Elsabbagh, M., Hudon, A., Hunt, M., Jodoin, S., Lach, L., Lencucha, R., Nicholas, D. B., Shakako, K., & Zwicker, J. (2022). Mental health challenges during COVID-19: Perspectives from parents with children with neurodevelopmental disabilities. International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being, 17(1), Article 2136090.

Duz, M. B. (2021). A novel CLN5 mutation in Turkish patient with variant late-onset neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis and recurrent fractures that causes severe morbidity. Neurocase, 27(6), 437–440.

Levrini, A. (2023). Succeeding with adult ADHD: Daily strategies to help you achieve your goals and manage your life (2nd ed.). American Psychological Association.

Pauwels, L., Declerck, C. H., Boone, C., Diaz-Gutiérrez, P., & Lambert, B. (2022). Does power corrupt? An fMRI study on the effect of power and social value orientation on inequity aversion. Journal of Neuroscience, Psychology, and Economics, 15(4), 222–240.