APA style was created by the American Psychological Association. It is a set of rules for publications, including research papers.
In APA, you must "cite" sources that you have paraphrased, quoted or otherwise used to write your research paper. Cite your sources in two places:
Below is a summary of the major changes in the 7th edition of the APA Publication Manual.
Style, Grammar, Usage:
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