APA Style Guide - Articles

Use the Reference style for items listed alphabetically at the end of the research paper.  The In-Text style is for the same items referred to in the body of the paper.  Include page numbers in the In-Text style only when quoting from a source.  When paraphrasing from a source, omit the In-Text page numbers.

Journal Article (One Author)*

Reference:

Radvansky, G. A. (2009). Spatial directions and situation model organization. Memory & Cognition, 37, 796-806. doi:10.3758/MC.37.6.796

In-Text:

Radvansky, 2009, p. 801)

*Include doi if available


Journal Article (Two Authors)

Reference:

Hanggi, E. B., & Ingersoll, J. F. (2009). Long-term memory for categories and concepts in horses (Equus caballus). Animal Cognition, 12, 451-462. doi:10.1007/s10071-008-0205-9

In-Text:

(Hanggi & Ingersoll, 2009, p. 452)

 

Magazine Article (No Author)

Reference:

The blood business. (1992, September 11). Time, 97, 47-48.

In-Text:

("Blood Business," 1992, p.47)


Magazine Article (One Author)

Reference:

Kandel, E.R. (2000, November 10). Neuroscience: Breaking down scientific barriers to the study of brain and mind. Science, 290, 1113-1120.

In-Text:
(Kandel, 2000, p.1119)

 

Encyclopedia Article

Reference:

Warren, S. A. (1977). Mental retardation and environment. In International encyclopedia of psychiatry, psychology, psychoanalysis, and neurology (Vol. 7, pp. 202-207). New York: Aesculapius Publishers.

In-Text:

(Warren, 1977, p. 204)


Newspaper Article

Reference:

Amazing Amazon region. (1989, January 12). New York Times, pp. D11, D14.

In-Text:

("Amazing Amazon region," 1989, p. D11)

 

ERIC Document

Reference:

Brewster, C., & Railsback, J. (2002). Full-day kindergarten: Exploring an option for extended learning. Retrieved from ERIC database. (ED472733)

In-Text:

(Brester & Railsback, 2002)