Originally published in 1929, The Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association was introduced to help researchers and professionals ensure that their papers were presented clearly and concisely, so they could be easily read and interpreted. The first edition was a mere 7 pages, and explored proper grammar, word choice, formatting, punctuation, and publication policies.
This manual is based on the most current APA style book to provide students with a quick reference. Unlike many manuals that merely tell students how to cite books, periodicals and videos this manual takes it a step further and shows how to cite Twitter, Facebook messages, Blog comments, PowerPoint Presentations, and more.
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