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APA Referencing Style Guide. This page provides APA information and examples for students and staff of the University of Waikato. It is designed to accompany (not replace) the 7th edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, which is available in the Library.
This article introduces the significant aspects of APA referencing and the ways you can write this style in your paper. The basic tip to master the art of APA referencing is to carefully understand the citation requirements for every primary as well as secondary source.
APA style citations are added in the body of a research paper or project and references are added to the last page. Citations, which are called in-text citations, are included when you’re adding information from another individual’s work into your own project.
General Format. Note: This page reflects the latest version of the APA Publication Manual (i.e., APA 7), which released in October 2019. The equivalent resource for the older APA 6 style can be found here. Please use the example at the bottom of this page to cite the Purdue OWL in APA.
Updated to accommodate redesign and changes from APA-6 to APA-7, including: 1. New guidelines for citation of references with three or more authors: 2. New guidelines for references with long (eight or more vs. 21 or more) author lists. 3. Inclusion of issue number in all journal article references. 4.
References page An APA format reference page is easier to create than you probably think. We go into detail on how to create this page on our APA Works Cited page. If you’re simply looking for a brief overview of the reference page, we’ve got you covered here. Here are some pointers to keep in mind when it comes to the references page in.
This guide looks at how to create in-text references, reference lists and bibliographies using the APA 6th style.