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APA Citations-Nancie Hudson's Tip Sheet_10

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Writing Research Papers: How to Cite Sources in APA Format All material from research sources must be cited, with at least one citation per paragraph. To format citations within the text of research papers according to guidelines in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (2009): Paraphrased Material: Ideas and thoughts from a source that you write in your own words For citations in paraphrased sentences that do not include author name(s): Author last name(s), comma, year of publication, all bracketed in parentheses, at end of sentence, before the period. Example 1: High school biology teachers in Indiana were surveyed regarding their perceptions of evolution theory and religion (Rutledge & Warden, 2000). For citations in paraphrased sentences that include author name(s): Year of publication, bracketed in parentheses, within the sentence, after the author name(s). Example 2: Rutledge and Warden (2000) conducted a survey that measured how high school biology teachers in Indiana perceive evolution theory and religion. Direct Quotations: Sentences, phrases, and terms in the author’s exact words
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