Quick Guide to APA Style 6th edition(Research Instruction series, no. 10). Tampa, FL: University of South Florida. http://scorsese.forest.usf.edu/videos/live/Video10-APA_Style.flv (2010)
AbstractCitations in academic papers are a critical source of information for researchers. Each type of information, ranging from journal articles to book chapters to websites to legal materials, has specific information that is necessary for the reader of the article to find the author’s supporting documentation, i.e., the item being referenced. If you write research papers, understanding the elements of a particular citation style can make your life much easier. The citation style most commonly used is that of American Psychological Association (APA). In this video, we provide a quick overview of the elements of a citation, focusing primarily on articles, books and chapters, and websites, according to the latest APA style manual, 6th edition.
Citation InformationArdis Hanson and Claudia J. Dold. "Quick Guide to APA Style 6th edition" (Research Instruction series, no. 10). Tampa, FL: University of South Florida. http://scorsese.forest.usf.edu/videos/live/Video10-APA_Style.flv (2010)
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