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APA

 Cheat Sheet

All
information
taken
from
Publication
manual
of
the
American

Psychological
Association,
6th
ed.
available
at
the
Reference
Desk
(BF76.7

P83
2010).



Citing
Books:

Printed
book:

Author,
A.
A.
(year).
Title
of
book.
Location:
Publisher.
 Robinson,
D.
N.
(1992).

Social
discourse
and
moral
judgment.

San
Diego,
CA:



Academic
Press.



E‐Books:


Author,
A.
A.
(year).
Title
of
book.
Retrieved
from
URL
(or
doi
number)


 Shotton,
M.
A.
(1989).

Computer
addiction?
A
study
of
computer
dependency.



Retrieved
from

http://www.ebookstore.tandf.co.uk/html/index.asp


Schiraldi,
G.
R.
(2001).
The
post­traumatic
stress
disorder
sourcebook:
A
guide
to



healing,
recovery,
and
growth.
doi:
10.1036/0071393722


Book
Chapter:


Author,
A.
A.
(year).

Chapter
title.

In
author,
Book
Title
(pp.xx‐xx).
Location:

Publisher.


O’Neil,
J.
M.,
&
Egan,
J.
(1992).

Men’s
and
women’s
gender
role
journeys:
Metaphor



for
healing,
transition,
and
transformation.

In
B.R.
Wainrib
(Ed.),
Gender



issues
across
the
life
cycle
(pp.
107‐123).

New
York,
NY:
Springer.


For
additional
help
see
the
APA
libguide
at:
http://libguides.library.kent.edu/apa

Citing
Print
Journal/Magazine/Newspaper
Articles:

Article
from
a
journal
that
uses
continuous
pagination
(each
issue
starts
 on the
page
where
the
last
stopped):


Author,
A.
A.
(year).
Title
of
article.
Title
of
Journal,
vol
#,
pp‐pp.
 Kernis,
M.
H.
(1993).
There’s
more
to
self‐esteem
than
whether
it
is
high
or
low:
The



importance
of
stability
of
self‐esteem.

Journal
of
Personality
and
Social



Psychology,
65,
1190‐1204.


Article
from
a
journal
that
does
not
use
continuous
pagination
(each
 issue starts
on
page
1):


Author,
A.
A.
(year).
Title
of
article.
Title
of
Journal,
vol
#
(issue
#),
pp‐pp.
 Klimoski,
R.,
&
Palmer,
S.
(1993).

The
ADA
and
the
hiring
process
in
organizations.




Consulting
Psychology
Journal:
Practice
and
Research,
45(2),
10‐36.


Magazine
article:


Author,
A.
A.
(year,
month).
Title
of
article.
Title
of
Magazine,
vol
#(issue#),
pp‐pp.
 Chamberlin,
J.,
Novotney,
A.,
Packard,
E.,
&
Price,
M.
(2008,
May).
Enhancing
worker



well‐being:
Occupational
health
psychologists
convene
to
share
their



research
on
work,
stress,
and
health.
Monitor
on
Psychology,
39(5),
26‐29.


Newspaper
article:

Author,
A.
A.
(year,
month
day).
Title
of
article.
Title
of
Newspaper,
pp‐pp.
 Schwartz,
J.
(1993,
September
30).
Obesity
affects
economic,
social
status.
The



Washington
Post,
pp.
A1,
A4.


Citing
Electronic
Journals/Magazines/Newspaper
Articles:
 Before
you
cite
an
electronic
article
you
need
to
know
if
the
electronic
 article has
a
DOI
(digital
object
identifier).


 If
the
article
does
have
a
DOI
follow
the
examples
for
citing
a
print
 source and
add
the
doi
information
at
the
end
of
the
citation.

 Herbst‐Damm,
K.
L.,
&
Kulik,
J.
A.
(2005).
Volunteer
support,
marital
status,
and
the



survival
times
of
terminally
ill
patients.
Health
Psychology,
24,
225‐229.



doi:10.1037/0278‐6133.24.2.225


Stultz,
J.
(2006).
Integrating
exposure
therapy
and
analytic
therapy
in
trauma



treatment.
American

Journal
of
Orthopsychiatry,
76,
482‐488.

doi:



10.1037/0002‐9432.76.4.482


If
the
article
does
not
have
a
DOI
give
the
URL
of
the
 journal/magazine/newspaper homepage.
(You
may
need
to
do
a
web
 search to
find
this
information).


Clay,
R.
(2008,
June).
Science
vs.
ideology:
Psychologists
fight
back
about
the
misuse



of
research.

 Monitor
on
Psychology,
39(6).
Retrieved
from



https://www.apa.org/monitor
 Hager,
M.
H.
(2007).

Therapeutic
diet
order
writing:
Current
issues
and



considerations.
Topics
in

Clinical
Nutrition,
22(1),
28‐36.
Retrieved
from



http://www.topicsinclinicalnutrition.com


Internet
Sources:

Web
Page:


Author,
A.
A.
(date
of
last
update).
Site
title.
Retrieved
from
URL…