M Sabin M B Eds 2005 New nurses on old perspectives 2 nd ed St Louis Mosby book

M sabin m b eds 2005 new nurses on old perspectives 2

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Penn, C. M., & Sabin, M. B. (Eds.). (2005). New nurses on old perspectives (2 nd ed.). St. Louis: Mosby. (book , edited with 2 editors) Williams, T. C. (2006). Dementia in elderly cats. In L. J. Bowen, & P. Lotti (Eds.), Animal minds (pp. 20-26). St. Louis: Mosby. (chapter in an edited book) Note: APA citation methods are very specific for different types of items e.g., newspapers, government publications, brochures, revised editions of books, classical works etc. Please check the APA’s 6 th . Edition for appropriate citation method. On reference Page: the word References is centered, Not bold , Not underlined Text and reference list must agree . Alphabetize reference list Each reference should have a hanging indent (2 nd line etc. indent 5-7 spaces) and be double spaced. In reference list use a comma between authors, at the last author use an ampersand “&”. All authors are listed unless there are more than seven (see APA manual) In the text body use “and” between authors if they’re part of the sentence structure. Lu and Drew Use an ampersand in text body if names are parenthetical (Lu & Drew, 2008). Use only APA accepted abbreviations. Include the location of the publisher Use Arabic numbers except if Roman numerals are in the title, use exact title.
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