Section 3.4 exercises


  1. Explain what the following reference data means: Cavanagh J, Geisler MW. Mood effects on the ERP processing of emotional intensity in faces: A P3 investigation with depressed students. International Journal of Psychophysiology. 2006;60(1):27-33.
  2. True or false? The copyrights for a book can arise with a publisher.
  3. True or false? You may copy the poem Vårt land in original language by J. L. Runebergin (1804-1877) onto your web page, as long as you indicate that it is a quotation.
  4. True or false? You can publish a CC BY 4.0 licenced photo you found in an image bank on your blog without mentioning the original author.
  5. True or false? You may put a photo your uncle has taken of you on your home page.


  1. Surname of first author Initial letter of first author’s first name, Surname of second author Initials of second author’s first names. Title of journal article. Title of journal. Publishing year; journal volume (journal issue): journal pages of the article.
  2. False. The copyright always arises with the person who creates the work. A separate contract always has to be made to transfer the copyright to a publisher.
  3. True. It is over 70 years since J. L. Runeberg died.
  4. False. The CC BY 4.0 licence requires the original author’s name to be mentioned. 
  5. False. You need permission from your uncle to distribute the photo online.