This guide is founded on the Publication Manual regarding the American Psychological Association, 6th ed. It provides citation that is selected for common kinds of sources. For more detailed information please consult a print copy for the style manual.
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Review the Sample paper through the APA, with types of many APA rules.
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Number all pages consecutively, you start with the title page, in Arabic numerals (e.g., 4, not IV) into the upper corner that is right-handRule 8.03, p. 230).
You need to cite and document any sources if you presented the ideas from these sources in your own words that you have consulted, even. You will need to cite:
- to spot other folks’s ideas and information used inside your essay.
- to tell the reader of your paper where they should look when they wish to get the sources that are same.
A citation must appear in two places in your essay:
- in the body of your text (“in-text citations”).
- into the reference list (in the end of your paper).
To introduce other folks’s ideas in text, use the examples that are following