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Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association
Call Number: BF76.7.P83 2010 (4th and 5th Floors)
The Publication Manual is a comprehensive set of rules for papers in psychology, criminal justice, and other fields. Our library guide covers some rules, but you may need the full manual for details we can't cover here.
Examples from the following websites should
help you cite images used in
presentations and papers:
- APA Reference Style (BYU)
Step-by-step instructions for citing books, journals articles, book chapters, and more. It has detailed illustrations showing where to find each element needed for your citations.
- OWL at Purdue
One of the most comprehensive online guides for APA Style. This tutorial explains how to format your paper, how to use in-text citations, how to build your reference list, and how to make Annotated Bibliographies
. It includes a SAMPLE PAPER
to illustrate proper format.
- Research and Documentation
Tutorials for in-text citations, reference lists, and paper format. Like the OWL at Purdue, this site also has a SAMPLE PAPER
illustrating how to format headers, margins, text, etc.
- How to Format a Paper in APA Style (Video)
This YouTube video by college writing instructor and consultant David Peak takes you through the steps of formatting a paper in APA style using Microsoft Word software.
- University of Wisconsin-Madison Writer's Handbook
Information about in-text citations, references, format, and style. This site also offers tips about how to write an Annotated Bibliography
with examples of annotation writing styles.
- UNC University Libraries - Citing Information
This guide focuses on the reference list and in-text citations. It includes many examples with an option to view details, as well as a separate guide on Annotated Bibliographies
A quick guide to in-text citations and reference lists used to cite sources.