Harvard:
Erbaugh, M.S. 2002, "How the ideographic myth alienates Asian studies from psychology and linguistics", in Difficult characters: interdisciplinary studies of Chinese and Japanese writing, ed. M.S. Erbaugh, pp. 21-51. National East Asian Languages Resources Center, Ohio State University.
APA:
Erbaugh, M.S. (2002). How the ideographic myth alienates Asian studies from psychology and linguistics. In M.S. Erbaugh (Ed.), Difficult characters: interdisciplinary studies of Chinese and Japanese writing, 21-51. National East Asian Languages Resources Center, Ohio State University.
Chicago:
Erbaugh, Mary S. 2002. "How the Ideographic Myth Alienates Asian Studies From Psychology and Linguistics." In Difficult characters: interdisciplinary studies of Chinese and Japanese writing, edited by Mary S. Erbaugh. 21-51. National East Asian Languages Resources Center, Ohio State University.
MLA:
Erbaugh, Mary S. "How the Ideographic Myth Alienates Asian Studies From Psychology and Linguistics." Difficult characters: interdisciplinary studies of Chinese and Japanese writing. Ed. Mary S. Erbaugh. 2002, National East Asian Languages Resources Center, Ohio State University, 21-51.
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@incollection{erbaugh2002how,
  title = {How the ideographic myth alienates Asian studies from psychology and linguistics},
  author = {ERBAUGH, Mary S.},
  booktitle = {Difficult characters: interdisciplinary studies of Chinese and Japanese writing},
  year = {2002},
  pages = {21-51},
  editor = {Erbaugh, Mary S.},
  publisher = {National East Asian Languages Resources Center, Ohio State University},
  address = {Columbus, Ohio},
  keywords = {China;Language;Writing Systems & Orthography},
  x-extra = {. xii, 285p. (Pathways to advanced skills, vol.6) , ,},
  BAS = {185522},
  source = {bas},
}