The Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (current edition) is the complete and authoritative style guide for writing paers in Psychology and should take precedence over all other sources. Below are some links to sites that help supplement your understanding of APA Style. These sites are helpful but should not replace the more detailed coverage in the APA Manual. Also check to see if these sites have stayed current with the latest version of the APA Manual.
- APA Style.org
This is the APA site for the Style Manual.
- APA Format & Style Guide
Online Writing Lab (OWL), Purdue University
- APA Documentation
The Writing Center, University of Wisconsin - Madison
- APA Style Resources
Maintained by Russ Dewey, Ph.D. (links to his Psych Web Resources page), Georgia Southern University.
- APA Style Essentials
Maintained by Douglas Degelman, Ph.D., and Martin Lorenzo Harris, Ph.D., Vanguard University of Southern California.
- APA Format Crib Sheet
Maintained by Owen Williams , University of Minnesota - Crookston
- APA Style Guide
Maintained by Mark Plonsky, Ph.D. , University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point .
- APA Citations Guide
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