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Basic APA Information - ETEC 510

Basic APA Information - ETEC 510

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APA Citation
The following are frequently used citation forms. For more detailed information refer to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. Book – One Author In-Text Citation (Smith, 2000) (Smith, 2000, p. 62) when quoting Reference List Smith, L. (2000). The book title (2nd ed.). City: Publisher.

Book – Two Authors In-Text Citation (Smith & Thomas, 2000) (Smith & Thomas, 2000, p. 62) when quoting Reference List Smith, L. & Thomas, T.R. (2000). The book title (2nd ed
APA Citation
The following are frequently used citation forms. For more detailed information refer to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. Book – One Author In-Text Citation (Smith, 2000) (Smith, 2000, p. 62) when quoting Reference List Smith, L. (2000). The book title (2nd ed.). City: Publisher.

Book – Two Authors In-Text Citation (Smith & Thomas, 2000) (Smith & Thomas, 2000, p. 62) when quoting Reference List Smith, L. & Thomas, T.R. (2000). The book title (2nd ed

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APA Citation
The following are frequently used citation forms. For more detailed information refer to the
 Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association.
 
Book – One AuthorIn-Text Citation (Smith, 2000)(Smith, 2000, p. 62) when quotingReference List Smith, L. (2000).
The book title
(2
nd
ed.). City: Publisher.Book – Two AuthorsIn-Text Citation (Smith & Thomas, 2000)(Smith & Thomas, 2000, p. 62) when quotingReference List Smith, L. & Thomas, T.R. (2000).
The book title
(2
nd
ed.). City:Publisher.Book – 3-5 AuthorsIn-Text Citation (Smith, Thomas, & Stephens, 2000) for first citation(Smith et al., 2000) for subsequent citations(Smith, Thomas, & Stephens, 2000, pp. 25-26) for first citation whenquoting(Smith et al., 2000, pp. 25-26) for subsequent citationswhen quotingReference List Smith, L., Thomas, T.R., & Stephens, K. (2000).
The book title
(2
nd
 ed.). City: Publisher.
 
 Book – Indirect Source (author cited by another author)In-Text Citation (Robinson, 2000, as cited in James, 2004)(Robinson, 2000, as cited in James, 2004, p. 1175) when quotingReference List Smith, L. (Ed.) (2000).
The book title
(2
nd
ed.). City: Publisher.Comments To cite secondary sources, refer to both sources in the text, butinclude in the reference list only the source that you actually used.For instance, suppose you read James (2004) and would like toparaphrase the following sentence within that book: Robinson (2000)defined self-efficacy as "people's beliefs about their capabilities toexercise control over events that affect their lives" (p. 1175).In this case, your in-text citation would be "(Robinson, 2000, as citedin James, 2004)." James (2004) would be fully referenced within thelist of references. Robinson (2000) would not be listed.Articles – Print VersionIn-Text Citation (Last, 2000)(Last, 2000, p. 4) when quotingReference List Last, F. (2000). Name of article.
 Journal Name, 30
(2), 124-127.Comments The 30 is the volume and the 2 is the issueWhen the work has 3-5 authors, name all authors for the first time thereference occurs; in the first subsequent citation use only the firstauthor followed by “et al.” and a year. If you mention the work againwithin one paragraph, omit the year.For 6 or more authors, cite only the last name of the first authorfollowed by “et al.” and a year, and give all the names in the list of references.Articles – Online Version – Retrieved entirely (full-text) from a database.In-Text Citation (Last, 2000)(Last, 2000, p. 4) when quotingReference List Last, F. (2000). Name of article.
 Journal Name, 30
(2), 124-127.Retrieved from Academic Search Elite database.
 
 Articles – In an Internet-Only JournalIn-Text Citation (Last, 2000)(Last, 2000, para. 4) when quotingReference List Last, F. (2000). Name of article.
 Journal Name, 30
(2). RetrievedMay 15, 2004, from http://www.webaddressComments If there is a DOI (Digital Object Identifier) include the DOI instead of the URL, and then the retrieval date is no longer required.There is no period at the end of a URL.Articles – From NewspaperIn-Text Citation (Last, 2000)(Last, 2000, p. E14) when quotingReference List Last, F. (2000, May 5). Title of article.
 Name of Newspaper,
pp.124-127.Articles – From Reading PackageIn-Text Citation (Last, 2000)(Last, 2000, p. 4) when quotingReference List Last, F. (2000). Title of article.
 Journal Name, 30
(2), 124-127.Retrieved October 15, 2008, from College of the Rockies CYFS 105Readings Package.Online - WebsiteIn-Text Citation (Last, 2008)(Last, 2008, para 4) when quotingReference List Last, F. (2008, October 15).
 Name of site
. Retrieved July 15, 2009,from http://www.websiteaddressComments When citing a web site in the Reference List, provide as possible of the following information:Author’s nameDate of publication or update in parenthesesTitle or description of documentRetrieval date statementURL (there is no period after the URL)Online – Website – No Author, No DateIn-Text Citation (Name of site, n.d.)(Name of site, n.d., para 4) when quotingReference List
 Name of site
. (n.d.) Retrieved July 15, 2009, fromhttp://www.websiteaddress

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