APA Style is a standardized format for writing that has been established by the American Psychological Association. It is generally used by students and scholars working within a behavioral science discipline.
Keep in mind that APA Style refers to:
Full online editions of the APA Style Manual are not available to libraries, but the links below have a good deal of useful information. There are print copies of the manual, officially known as the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, at the O'Neill Library Circulation Desk and in Reference, call number BF76.7 .P83.
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