Library Guide to APA Style (6 ed.): Guide to APA Style (6th ed.): REFERENCES From the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association 6th ed., APA Style Blog, and APA Style Guide to Electronic References

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  • Library Guide to

    APA Style (6th ed.): REFERENCES http://www.lonestar.edu/citation-help-nh.htm

    From the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association 6th ed., APA Style Blog, and APA Style Guide to Electronic References GENERAL RULES FOR THE REFERENCES PAGE Double-space all lines. Use hanging indentation and alphabetize all entries by author. If a reference has no named author, move the title to the author position.

    PRINT BOOK WITH ONE AUTHOR - APA 7.02.18

    Doyal, L. (1995). What makes women sick: Gender and the political economy of health. Chicago, IL: Nelson-Hall.

    KEY: author (last name, first initial and middle initial) year of publication title place of publication publisher

    PRINT BOOK WITH 2 TO 7 AUTHORS (for 8+ authors, list first six authors, then use ," and the final authors name) - APA 6.27. Authors

    Kee, H. C., Meyers, E. M., Rogerson, J., & Saldarini, A. J. (1997). The Cambridge companion to the Bible. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press.

    PRINT ORGANIZATION AS AUTHOR AND PUBLISHER, EDITION OTHER THAN FIRST - APA 7.02

    American Psychiatric Association. (2000). Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (4th ed., text rev.). Washington, DC: Author.

    PRINT ARTICLE REPRINTED IN AN EDITED BOOK - APA 7.02.26

    Miner, H. (2005). Body ritual among the Nacirema. In J. M. Henslin (Ed.), Down to earth sociology: Introductory readings (13th ed., pp. 77-91). New York, NY: Free

    Press. (Reprinted from American Anthropologist, 58[3], 1956)

    PRINT ENCYCLOPEDIA, SIGNED ARTICLE OR CHAPTER WITHIN A LARGER WORK - APA 7.02

    Beidel, D. C. (2000). Anxiety disorders. In A. E. Kazdin (Ed.), Encyclopedia of psychology (Vol. 1, pp. 212-216). Washington, DC: American

    Psychological Association.

    KEY: author of article year of publication title of article editor(s) title of encyclopedia along with edition, volume, and page range of article place of publication (city and state abbreviation or city and country if outside of US) publisher

    E-BOOK ON THE WEB WITH NO DOI OPEN ACCESS - APA 7.02.19

    Moses, R. P., & Cobb, C. E. (2001). Radical equations: Math literacy and civil rights. Retrieved from http://ebookw.net/2009/04/06/radical-equations-math-

    literacy-and-civil-rights.html

    KEY: authors year of publication title if no DOI, use electronic retrieval statement with URL (do not add a period at the end of the URL)

    E-BOOK FROM A DATABASE WITH NO DOI - APA 7.02 and APA Style Blog: http://bit.ly/APAbooks ASK YOUR PROFESSOR WHICH FORMAT TO USE

    APA Standard

    Clarke, R. M. (2011). Antisocial behavior: Causes, correlations and treatments. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/

    KEY: author(s) (last name, first initial and middle initial) year of publication title if no DOI, provide home page of the online library (Example # 16 - APA Style Guide to Electronic References, Sixth Ed.)

    LSC-North Harris Library Modified Standard

    Clarke, R. M. (2011). Antisocial behavior: Causes, correlations and treatments. Retrieved from eBook Collection.

    KEY: author(s) year of publication title if no DOI, use a retrieval statement indicating the title of the database

    E-BOOK FORMATTED FOR A READING DEVICE - APA Style Guide to Electronic References 2012 Example 14

    Halonen, J. S., & Santrock, J. W. (2013). Your guide to college success: Strategies for achieving your goals [Kindle Fire version]. Retrieved from

    http://www.amazon.com

    KEY: author(s) year of publication title e-book version if no DOI is available, use retrieval statement indicating URL from where you accessed the book

    (do not add a period at the end of the URL)

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  • PRINT JOURNAL ARTICLE with CONTINUOUS PAGINATION (omit issue number) - APA 7.01

    Few, A. L. (2005). Voices of black and white rural battered women in domestic violence shelters. Family Relations, 54, 488-500.

    PRINT JOURNAL ARTICLE with JOURNAL PAGINATED BY ISSUE (include issue number in parentheses) - APA 7.01

    Burke, A. (2006). Do you smell fumes? Health, hygiene, and suburban life. ESC English Studies in Canada, 32(4), 147-168.

    JOURNAL ARTICLE WITH DOI FOUND ON THE WEB OR IN A LIBRARY DATABASE - APA 7.01.3

    Pampel, F. C. (2009). The persistence of educational disparities in smoking. Social Problems, 56, 526-542. doi:10.1525/sp.2009.56.3.526

    KEY: author(s) year of publication title of article title of journal (in italics) volume number in italics and issue number in parentheses using roman

    typeface, if paginated by issue page range DOI number (do not add a period at the end of the DOI)

    JOURNAL ARTICLE FROM AN ELECTRONIC DATABASE, WITHOUT DOI - APA 7.01.3 ASK YOUR PROFESSOR WHICH FORMAT TO USE

    APA Standard

    Fante, R., Jacobi, L. L., & Sexton, V. D. (2013). The effects of instant messaging and task difficulty on reading comprehension. North American Journal of

    Psychology, 15, 287-298. Retrieved from http://najp.8m.com

    KEY: author(s) year of publication title of article title of journal in italics volume number in italics (include issue number in roman font inside parentheses if journal is paginated by issue [determine pagination: http://bit.ly/paginations]) page range search http://bit.ly/crossref, if no results, do a quick web search to find the journals home page URL (do not add a period at the end of the URL)- APA Style Guide to Electronic References p. 11

    LSC-North Harris Library Modified Standard

    Fante, R., Jacobi, L. L., & Sexton, V. D. (2013). The effects of instant messaging and task difficulty on reading comprehension. North American Journal of

    Psychology, 15(2), 287-298. Retrieved from Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection.

    KEY: author(s) year of publication title of article title of journal & volume (listed in italics), and issue number (inside parentheses using roman font) page range if no DOI is present, use database retrieval statement

    MAGAZINE ARTICLE FOUND IN A DATABASE, WITHOUT DOI - APA 7.01 ASK YOUR PROFESSOR WHICH FORMAT TO USE Treat as journals, with more specific dates (the month for monthly magazines, month and day for weekly magazines) - APA Style Guide to Electronic References pp. 13-14

    APA Standard

    Connors, M. H. (2012, October). Virtual patients in the hypnosis laboratory. Psychologist, 25(10), 786-788. Retrieved from http://www.thepsychologist.org.uk

    LSC-North Harris Library Modified Standard

    Connors, M. H. (2012, October). Virtual patients in the hypnosis laboratory. Psychologist, 25(10), 786-788. Retrieved from Psychology and Behavioral Sciences

    Collection.

    ELECTRONIC NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - APA 7.01.11

    Stinebaker, J. (1999, August 9). Organ harvesting sparks dispute. Houston Chronicle. Retrieved from http://www.chron.com

    INTERNET PAGES - APA 7 & APA Style Blog: http://bit.ly/APAwebsites

    Stanford Hospitals & Clinics. (2013). Insomnia. Retrieved from http://stanfordhospital.org/clinicsmedServices/clinics/sleep/sleep_disorders/insomnia.html

    KEY: author date document title electronic address [If no author #3 takes place of #1.] (do not add a period at the end of the URL)

    ONLINE GOVERNMENT DOCUMENT WITHOUT AUTHOR List as Corporate Author, Government Report APA 7.03.31

    U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. (2012, March 29). Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses. Retrieved from

    http://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/licensed-practical-and-licensed-vocational-nurses.htm

    When in doubt, provide more information rather than less. Because one purpose of listing references is to enable readers to retrieve and use the sources. APA p. 193

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