I want to cite from this book. It has explicitly marked different authors for the chapters, but there are no editors given on the front pages. Is this then regarded as a monography rather than a miscellany/anthology or do I use all authors as editors?
@Ethan Bolker gives the right answer, and the only thing that one should add is to remind you of the purpose of a citation: It isn't an elaborate exercise in testing whether you can follow a specific syntax (this is for all of you APA folks out there! :-) ), but it is a way to help your readers find related literature. If you provide the citation in a way that makes it easy for readers to find what you are pointing to, then you've succeeded, and the example by Ethan Bolker achieves this.