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The APA Style
Developed by the American Psychological Association for its own publications, this style has become the standard for works in the social and behavioral sciences.
From the APA website:
APA Style Manual In Print
The most complete information about APA style can be found in the official APA Manuals. Copies are available for use at the SU Libraries.
From the OWL at Purdue: APA Format
NEW APA MANUAL: What to Expect with the 7th Edition
Below are links to resources highlighting changes in the APA Publication Manual 7th Edition:
APA Formatting and Style Guide
General information on formatting papers according to APA Guidelines from Purdue OWL Writing Lab.
APA Style: Quick Answers--Formatting
Answers to basic questions on formatting in APA style: running head, margins, heading levels, lists, tables, figures, table of contents, title page, serial comma, and quotations. From American Psychological Association (APA).
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