According to Dickens (2014b), “these viral infections were precipitated by record levels of rainfall around the peninsula” (p. According to a study by Adams (as cited in Franklin, 2016), 25% of all US federal prisoners have been diagnosed with some form of social disorder.
Adams (as cited in Franklin) contends that this statistic “reflects the de-humanizing conditions of most federal institutions” (p. Even when some central information is missing from a website (e.g., no author, date, or webpage title), you may still cite it as a source if you use the correct formatting.
APA (American Psychological Association) is the style the formatting style most used to cite sources within the social sciences and in several other academic disciplines.
In research papers, in-text citations are most commonly used in the Introduction and Results sections.
Over the past sixty years the rules have changed to incorporate new standards and practices.
This guide is based on the Publishing Manual of the American Psychological Assiociation, now in it's sixth edition.The https: URL can be a live URL or not by author preference.This is a complete guide to APA (American Psychological Association) in-text and reference list citations.For a more comprehensive discussion of APA style, please refer to the Publishing Manual of the American Psychological Assiociation, found at the Research & Information Desk in Buley Library.Help with citing and creating reference lists is also available at the Campus Writing Center.When writing a journal article, literature review, convention paper, or any other academic document, authors must include in-text citations whenever they refer to, summarize, paraphrase, or quote from another source.In addition, every time a wok is cited within a paper (in APA, a parenthetical citation), a corresponding entry must be included in the reference list.Order: author(s), year of publication, article title (not in italics), journal name (in italics), volume number (in italics), issue number, page number range of the article (if available), URL or journal home page. Some journals use a DOI (digital object identifier) to uniquely identify the article.The earlier (5th) edition of APA formats this differently. If it is available, the DOI should be used instead of a URL: These pages are provided as a guide to proper referencing.If you are new to APA Style, take some time and explore this guide. However, if you need information fast, try these commonly used quick links.How to Find DOIs In-text (Parenthetical) Citations Listing Authors In-text Creating a Reference List Listing Authors in a Reference List Sample Citations: Books Journal Articles Magazine Articles Newspaper Articles Movies & TV Shows Music & Podcasts Blogs, Emails, Online Videos Legal Citations The American Psychological Association has been producing style rules for publication since 1929.