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APA Style

Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association.
6th ed.
American Psychological Association, 2010.

 

APA Guide to Electronic References

APA Style Guide to Electronic References.
6th ed.
American Psychological Association, 2012.

 

What is APA?

APA (or American Psychological Association) style is used predominantly in the fields of Education, Management, and Social Sciences for formatting papers and citing sources. This guide gives citation examples for many different types of sources, as well as providing links to other guides and information about using APA.

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APA Style Blog

The APA style blog is written by experts and contains the answers to many tricky or frequently asked questions about the style.

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