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APA_Practicum_1_SP09 - APA Format Practicum#1 Citing within...

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APA Format Practicum #1 Citing within the text, APA Reference Lists, Pagination, and Margins
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ONE AUTHOR First time in text: Plasma glucose was not found to affect longevity (McCarter, 2007) OR McCarter (2007) found no correlation between plasma glucose and longevity **ONLY THE YEAR AND ONLY THE LAST NAME**
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ONE AUTHOR cont’d Second and subsequent times in paragraph: …whereas the work by McCarter was done in transgenic mice. (no date) …whereas the previous study used transgenic mice (McCarter). **no date is used within the same paragraph unless there are two articles by McCarter in two different years** **first mention in a new paragraph gets the date**
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Two Authors First time in text- write both names and year McCarter and Mejia (2007) found … OR A previous study showed…(McCarter and Mejia, 2007) Second and subsequent times in paragraph: both authors but no year (unless needed to differentiate 2 papers) …whereas no significant results were found (McCarter and Mejia). **a mention in a new paragraph gets the date**
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Three, Four or Five Authors First time in text: all authors listed and date McCarter, Mejia, Ikeno, and Monnier (2007) found… …no significant results were found (McCarter, Mejia, Ikeno, and Monnier, 2007).
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