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This guide will provide links to "Tip Sheets" for commonly used citation styles and links to guides for other styles.
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Tip Sheets

APA (American Psychological Association)
Edition: Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th ed. (2010)
Discipline: Social Sciences
Info on 6th edition changes:  APAStyle.org
Check out APA's own blog for great tips: http://blog.apastyle.org/apastyle/
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Citation Tools

NoodleTools Express is a user-friendly citation generator. 

  • Cite websites, books, articles, images, journals, databases, etc.
  • Create citations in MLA 8th edition, APA 6th edition, and Chicago 16th edition.
  • Create in-text citations and footnotes.

Note: For best results read and follow the guidance in the pop-up message as you fill in each field.

The Basics

The following links are provided to help you format your paper with APA Citation Style.

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