American Psychological Association Format

June 21, 2016


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Author's last name, First and Second Initial. (Year). Article title. Journal title,
volume(issue number, if not continuously paginated), page numbers.

example:

Borsari, B., & Carey, K. B. (2000). Effects of a brief motivational intervention
with college student drinkers. Journal of Consulting and Clinical
Psychology, 68, 728-733.

If the article has a DOI (digital object identifier) assigned, include it at the end. If there is no DOI, provide the homepage of the journal, preceded by "Retrieved from". Database information is not needed unless the article is difficult to locate; for example, those archived online only in JSTOR or ERIC. Include date of retrieval only if the source is likely to change.

Author's last name, First and Second Initial. (Year). Article title. Journal title,
volume, page numbers. Retrieved from [journal homepage URL] OR
DOI

examples:

Davis, C., & Strachan, S. (2001). Elite female athletes with eating disorders:
A study of psychopathological characteristics. Journal of Sport &
Exercise Psychology, 23(3), 245-253. Retrieved from

Vardar, E., Vardar, S. A. & Kurt, C. (2007). Anxiety of young female athletes
with disordered eating behaviors. Eating Behaviors, 8, 143-147.
doi:10.1016/j.eatbeh.2006.03.002

Clausen, J. A. (1967). The organism and socialization. Journal of Health


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