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APA Style

APA Style refers to the rules found in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. APA Style is most often used in the social sciences, business, education and sometimes science and medicine. 

APA Style consists of two main parts: (1) in-text citations (sometimes called parenthetical citations); and (2) a reference list (also known as a bibliography). ​

A traditional APA Style paper consists of four main parts:

APA Style Help

APA Style - The Basics

APA Style Reference Lists

APA Style In-Text Citations

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PDF icon APA In Text Citation Cheat Sheet - with examples.pdf131.1 KB07/04/2018
PDF icon APA Reference Style.pdf79.69 KB07/04/2018
PDF icon APA Style Brochure NHS.pdf258.77 KB07/04/2018