APA 3 -- Punctuation, Abbreviations, Italics, and Capitalization

APA 3 -- Punctuation, Abbreviations, Italics, and Capitalization

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Unformatted text preview: Punctuation APA Codes: 4.01 – 4.11 1. The selection was translated from English into each other the other five languages, n ative speakers of each language, who were also proficient in English, carried out the translations. APA CODE: 4.02 2. Speed of recovery after surgery was compared for patients who had a dog at home and for patients who had a cat at home: Patients who had both a dog and a cat were not included in the study. APA CODE: 4.02 3. Average intelligence scores are a defining characteristic of dyslexia-T hus, it is impossible to compare empirically the intelligence of dyslexic and normal-reading children. APA CODE: 4.02 4. The child was seated at a table, and given a variety of materials to use for the collage. APA CODE: 4.03 5. The independent variables were partner’s gender, audience size( ) and criterion for success. APA CODE: 4.03 6. Any response, that resulted in reward for the contingent participant, also resulted in reward for the yoked partner. APA CODE: 4.03 7. The computer monitor displayed the training options( ) and the respondent selected one by pressing the corresponding key. APA CODE: 4.03 8. The confederate, who was going to agree with the participant, always spoke up before the confederate, who was going to disagree with the participant. APA CODE: 4.03 9. The team member, who scored the highest on the preliminary task, was the designated leader. APA CODE: 4.03 10. Pupillary dilation was measured at the time of stimulus onset, heart rate was measured when the response was emitted. APA CODE: 4.04 11. Respondents were told that the occupations of the three people were newscaster, farmer, and accountant, teacher, plumber, and dentist, or optician, librarian, and welder. APA CODE: 4.04 12. The same speech confusions have been reported for bilingual children (Cardozo, 1984; Nakamura & Kato, 1978; Rivera, Mendez, and Avila, 1985). APA CODE: 4.04 13. Expertise had been investigated in chess playing (Charness, 1981, Chase & Simon, 1973). APA CODE: 4.04 14. The different methodologies have resulted in the same outcome-14....
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APA 3 -- Punctuation, Abbreviations, Italics, and Capitalization

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