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Appendix Dp In-text citations

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Appendix D Directions Create in-text citations by following the directions for each of the following sources. Example Practice Directions: Create an in-text citation using the information from the following book. Mention the author in the text, and use a direct quotation in the citation. Identify the error in the quotation ( they in the first sentence should be he or she ), and use APA formatting for all information in the citation. Book (one author) o Author: James C. Brooks o Date: 2004 Reference information from a book with two authors: Author: Siri Carpenter and Karen Huffman Date: 2008 Title of book: Visualizing Psychology City of publication: Hoboken, NJ Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Quotation: Critics suggest that most people who have witnessed or experienced a violent crime, or are adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse, have intense, persistent memories. They have trouble forgetting , not remembering. Page number of quotation: p. 192 In-text citation using a direct quotation (when the authors are mentioned in the text): Regarding the validity of repressed memories, Carpenter and Huffman (2008) found “critics suggest that most people who have witnessed or experienced a violent crime, or are adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse, have intense, persistent memories. They have trouble forgetting , not remembering” (p. 192). In-text citation using a paraphrase (when the authors are not mentioned in the text): Although some experts believe people have trouble remembering traumatic events, other experts point out that victims or witnesses of those events would more likely have trouble forgetting the trauma (Carpenter & Huffman, 2008).
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o Title of book: How to be a Successful Student o Edition: 3 rd o City of publication: San Francisco, CA o Publisher: Sage Publications o Quotation: A student in distance learning courses needs to ensure that they have a designated space for learning that supports his/her unique learning style. This personal learning space should be equipped with the necessary equipment that the student will need for school and be a comfortable working space. o Page number of quotation: p. 326 Your answer: Brooks (2004) suggests that “[a] student in distance learning courses needs to ensure that [he or she has] a designated space for learning” (p. 326).
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