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    APA Style Basics
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    Presentation Overview Parts of a paper General formatting Writing style Writing tips
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    Typical Parts of a Paper 1. 1. Title Page Title Page 2. Abstract 3. 3. Introduction Introduction 4. 4. Method Method 5. Results 1. Discussion 2. 2. References References 3. Appendix 4. Tables 5. Figures
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    Psych 12: Parts of a Paper 1. Title Page 2. Introduction a. General topic b. Background research c. Hypotheses 3. Method 4. Conclusion 5. References
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    Title Page Title Descriptive Max. of 10-12 words Header First 2-3 words of title Page # Running head Abbreviated title Max. of 50 characters Byline & Affiliation
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Sample APA 1 Running head: SAMPLE PAPER Sample APA Style Paper Daniel Miramontez University of California, Riverside “header” section,  right-aligned first line of text, in all caps centered  vertically
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    Introduction: General Topic What psychological concept is your paper  on? Example: the bystander effect Funnel approach (large   small) Large: What is the significance of your topic?  Why should I care? Small: Definition of your topic, goal of your  proposal
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  Introduction: Background Research AKA literature or article review Include 5 pieces of information per article 1. Who wrote the article, and what is the topic? Michaud (1994) conducted a study on the  entertainment value of burning Strawberry Pop-tarts  (SPTs). 2. What was their hypothesis? He believed that when toasted too long SPTs would  burst into flames. 3.
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This note was uploaded on 11/10/2009 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 12 taught by Professor Sweeny during the Spring '09 term at UC Riverside.

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