The Chicago Manual of Style is often used in the humanities and social sciences. There are two types of documentation in Chicago Style: notes and bibliography and author-date references.
View questions and answers about the style at "Chicago Style Q+A."
CSE offers several ways to cite in-text that changes the format of your reference list. The majority of Marist classes use the name-year style of CSE so make sure to use examples of name-year when citing sources. If you're uncertain if you are using name-year, confirm with your professor about which format to use.
The American Psychological Association developed this standardized writing style for use in the social and behaviorial sciences.
For more information, check out "APA Quick Reference Guide."
APA Style 7th edition
APA Style 6th edition