When referencing academic articles in peer-reviewed journals, the digital object identifier (DOI) should be your best friend. In virtually any citation format, the DOI should be the last item included in each journal reference, to promote seamless click-through between each article and its sources.
The latest format for DOI, established on March 2017 at www.crossref.org, uses secure hypertext; for example, https://doi.org/10.1037/arc0000014. Please follow this format for every article you cite, and make your editor happy!
For more information, see the blog post, "Mind your DOIs!"