A Checklist is provided to assist you in ensuring your thesis or dissertation meets all formatting guidelines.
All sources that have been used to create the figure need to be cited in the figure caption - after its number and name.
You do not need to give the full bibliographic citation - Author (date) is sufficient.
You can view the Cite Write datafile used to write the references by opening (click on the Cite Write icon on your desktop, and then click File Open Datafile) the datafile called in your Dr Paper4 folder.
This guide is based on the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th ed.
Sample APA Version 5 essay with Table of Contents and three levels of section headings.
You can view this sample document by opening the file called in your Dr Paper6 folder.
For the best printing results for this guide, use the printer-friendly PDF format The following example is for a table you have reproduced in your paper exactly as it appears in another source: Same format or state, no reconfiguration or new analysis.
Include the word with its number next to it (Rule 5.05, p. Give a title which describes the contents of the table (Rule 5.12, p. All sources that have been used to create the table's data need to be cited in a Figures include: maps, graphs, charts, drawings, and photographs, or any other illustration or non-textual depiction in printed or electronic resources. 125) The following example is for citing a figure that you have reprinted directly from another source: same format or state, no reconfiguration or new analysis.
To cite an image you found online, use the image title or a general description in your text, and then cite it using the first element in the works cited entry and date.
The Dream (Rousseau, 1910) baffled art critics when it debuted, mere months before the artist's death in September of that year. The phenomenon of ‘syzygy’ (see Figure 1) in the night sky over Chile. Syzygy (when three or more celestial bodies align in the sky) visible above an observatory in Chile.