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Agreement of text with list: “Each reference cited in text must appear in the reference list, and each entry in the reference list must be cited in text” (p. 174).
Basic citation styles inaccurate, inconsistent. Table 6.1, p. 177, illustrates basic styles. “and” vs. “&” Use of “et al.” Two or more works within same parentheses “order alphabetically in the same order they appear in the reference list” (sec. 6.16, p. 177)
Ensure accuracy and agreement of things like years and author names between in-text citations and references list. Years (e.g., Mott, 1997 in text; Mott, 1999 in RL) Spelling of author names (e.g., Kearny in text, Kearney in RL)
Format accuracy of citations in list Incorrect: Baker-Miller, J. (1991). The development of women’s sense of self. Women’s Growth in Connection. V. Jordan, J. Baker- Miller, I.P. Striver, & J.L. Surrey Ed. Guilford, New York Correct: Baker-Miller, J. (1991). The development of women’s sense of self. In V. Jordan, J. Baker-Miller, I.P. Striver, & J.L. Surrey (Eds.), Women’s growth in connection (pp ). New York, NY: Guilford.
Sections , APA 6 th, pp “Use numerals to express numbers that represent time, dates, ages, scores, and points on a scale…” e.g., 2-year-olds, 4-year institution, a 5-point Likert scale “Use numerals to express numbers that denote a specific place in a numbered series, parts of books and tables...” e.g., Grade 8 (but eighth grade), Table 3, chapter 5
APA 6 th, pp Titles brief, but explanatory Every column needs a column head No vertical lines Format challenges; readability
Key portions: Chapter 1: Writing for the Behavioral and Social Sciences Chapter 2: Manuscript Structure and Content Chapter 3: Writing Clearly and Concisely pp , “Writing Style” pp , “Grammar and Usage” Chapter 4: The Mechanics of Style