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University of Phoenix Material APA and Center for Writing Excellence Scavenger Hunt For each of the questions below you should look at both The Center for Writing Excellence and your hardcopy text: American Psychological Association. (2001). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association . (5 th ed.). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. Submit your responses to the following APA questions : 1. If more than one author is listed, must all authors be listed in the citation? Yes, all authors should be listed in the citation. 2. Is the author’s full name used in the References page entry? No, just list the last name and first initial. 3. If no year is listed for an in-text citation, what should be listed? There should always be a year listed in an in-text citation. 4. What is the minimum information needed for an in-text citation? The minimum information needed for an in-text citation is, the authors name or title of the work when no author is listed, and the year. 5. What abbreviations are used before page (if listed) in an in-text citation? The abbreviations used before page is p. or (pp.) 6. What is used for the author’s name in the in-text citation if the article’s author is not listed as “anonymous” or at all? If there is no author's name listed, put the title of the work. 7. On the References page, what words of an article or book title are capitalized? The only word capitalized is the first word on the reference page. 8. What U.S. cities do not require a state when listed on the References page? Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, and San Francisco. 9. Are quotation marks used for titles of articles in the sources listed on the References page?
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