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APA Citation Worksheet Note: If you do not see an example of what you are citing, please see the examples provided in "Citing Sources APA."

Print Book (one author) Example: Lee, H. (1982). To kill a mockingbird. New York: Warner Books. Author’s Last Name

First Initial

Middle Initial

(Publication Date)

Book title

Place of Publication:

Publisher

Book (no author) Example: The American renaissance. (2004). Philadelphia: Chelsea House Publishers. Book title

(Publication Date)

Place of Publication:

Publisher

Book (two to more than three authors) Example of two: Hopper, H., & Gwunn, P. (1997). Fun with physics. New York: Harper & Row. Example of three: Thompsen, A., Jensen, M., & Graham, D. (2005). Coexisting under stress. Chicago: New Age Press. Example of more than six: Adams, B., Boston, C., Cheney, D., Dixon, E., Edwards, F., Franks, G., et al. (1994). Encyclopedia of great civilizations. New York: Shooting Star Press. Author1’s Last Name

First Initial

Middle Initial

Author2’s Last Name

First Initial

Middle Initial

Author3’s Last Name

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First Initial

Middle Initial

Author4’s Last Name

First Initial

Middle Initial


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Book (two to more than three authors - continued) Author5’s Last Name

First Initial

Middle Initial

Author6’s Last Name

First Initial

Middle Initial

(Publication Date)

Book title

Place of Publication:

Publisher

Book (one editor) (edition number) Example: Bevington, D. (Ed.). (1980). The complete works of Shakespeare (3rd ed.). Glenview, IL: Scott, Foresman. Editor’s Last Name

First Initial

Middle Initial (Ed.)

(Publication Date)

Book title

Edition number (if any)

Place of Publication:

Publisher

Book (two to more than six editors) Example of two: David, E., & Edwards, F. (Eds.). (1994). Computers. New York: Harper Collins. Example of three: Abbot, J., Brunning, G., & Doran, M. (Eds.). (2001). System dynamics. Glenview, IL: Scott, Foresman. Example of more than six: Edwards, T., George, W., Kuffner, A., Jones, D., Roberts, J., & Johnson, F., et. al. (Eds.). (2004). The poetry of Edgar Allen Poe. New York: Newcastle Press. Editor1’s Last Name

First Initial

Middle Initial

Editor2’s Last Name

First Initial

Middle Initial

Editor3’s Last Name

Editor5’s Last Name

First Initial

Middle Initial

Editor6’s Last Name

First Initial

Middle Initial

(Publication Date)

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First Initial

Book title

Middle Initial

Editor4’s Last Name

Place of Publication:

First Initial

Middle Initial

Publisher


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Book (author and editor) Example: Gibbs, J.T. (2001). Books for children of all ages (F.W. Hudson, Ed.). New York: Dover. Author Last Name

First Initial

Middle Initial

(Publication Date)

Book title

Editor Last Name,

First Initial

Middle Initial

Place of Publication:

Publisher

Print - Previously published book in a collection Example: Henley, W. E. (1984). Apparition. In L. L. Harris (Ed.), Nineteenth-Century literature criticism (Vol. 5, p 408). Author Name Last

(Reprinted from A book of verses, 41, 1889, New York: Scribner). Editor First Middle (Publication Date of Chapter title Secondary Source) Name Initial Initial Last (Ed.).

Place of Publication (Secondary Source) City, State

Publisher (Secondary Source)

Original Source title

First Initial

Original source volume

Middle Initial

Original source page numbers

Secondary Source title

Original source publication date

Volume # (Secondary Source)

Original source place of publication City, State

Page #s (Secondary Source)

Original source publisher

Print - Previously published journal in a collection Example: Spilka, M. (1982). Of George and Lennie and Curley’s wife: Sweet violence in Steinbeck’s Eden. In D. Smith (Ed.), Contemporary literary criticism (Vol. 104, pp. 430-44). Detroit: Gale. (Reprinted from Modern fiction studies, 65, 43-50) Author Last Name

First Initial

Middle Initial

(Publication Date of Secondary Source)

Article title

Editor Name Last (Ed.).

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First Initial

Middle Initial

Secondary Source title

Volume # (Secondary Source)

Page #s (Secondary Source)


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Print - Previously published journal in a collection continued Place of Publication (Secondary Source) City, State

Publisher (Secondary Source)

Original Source title

Original source volume and issue number, if journal

Original source page numbers

Original source publication date

Original source place of publication City, State

Original source publisher

Print - Anthology or Story Collection Example: Chase, R. (1973). Old Christmas Eve. In H. L. Pick (Ed.), Grandfather tales (pp. 58-60). New York: Viking. Author Last Name

First Initial

(Publication Date)

Middle Initial

Title of article or story

Book editor Last Name

First Initial

Middle Initial

Book title

(Article or story page #s)

Place of Publication: City, State

Publisher

Print - Encyclopedia Article Example: Gillingham, J. (1998). Norman conquest. In The world book encyclopedia (Vol. 14, pp. 455-6). Chicago: World Book, Inc. Author Last Name

First Initial

Middle Initial

(Publication Date)

Article title

Encyclopedia title

(Volume Number)

(Page Numbers)

Place of Publication: City, State

Publisher

Magazine Article/Scholarly Journal Example: Crickmer, B. (1993, April). Can we control spending? Nation’s Business, 43, 22-24. Author Last Name(s)

First Initial

Middle Initial

(Publication Date)

Article title

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Magazine/Scholarly title

Volume number

Page Numbers


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Newspaper Article / Letter to the editor Example: Bryant, A. F. (1997, December 15). Our role in the U.N. [Letter to the editor]. The Oregonian, p. B7. Author Last Name

First Initial

Middle Initial

(Publication Date)

Article title [Letter to the editor]

Newspaper Title

Pages

Electronic

Encyclopedia Article – online database Example: Rogers, F. (2005). Southern flying squirrel. In Encyclopedia of animals. Retrieved February 15, 2005, from EBSCO Animals database. Author Last Name (s)

First Initial

Middle Initial

(Publication Date)

Article title

Encyclopedia title

Date Accessed

Database Name

Magazine/Scholarly Journal Article – online database Example magazine: Schaller, G. B. (1996, May). Realm of the snow antelope. Natural History, 48. Retrieved April 15, 2003, from EBSCOhost database. Example Scholarly Journal: Borman, W.C. (1993). Role of early development in reading skills. Journal of Applied Psychology, 78, 443-449. Retrieved May 21, 2001, from EBSCOHost database Author Last Name

First Initial

Middle Initial

(Publication date)

Article title

Original Magazine Title

Newspaper Article – online database APA Citation Worksheet -5-

Volume and issue number if available

Pages

Date of Visit to Site

Database Name


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Example:

Author Last Name

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Stern, H. (2003, April 9). Pre-emptive blitz set to meet threat of West Nile. The Oregonian. Retrieved April 14, 2003, from Newsbank database. First Initial

Middle Initial

(Publication date)

Letter to the Editor? Y or N

Article title

Complete Newspaper Title

Pages (if available) (ex. A1, A4)

Date Accessed - month day, yyyy

Database Name

Encyclopedia Article on the Internet Example: Ernest Hemingway. (n.d.). In MSN Encarta. Retrieved December 27, 2005, from http://encarta.msn.com Article title

(Publication date) if given

Encyclopedia title

Date Accessed

Article URL

Magazine/Scholarly Journal Article on the Internet Example Scholarly Journal: Fredrickson, B.L. (2002, January 21). Cultivating positive emotions. Prevention & Treatment, 3 Article 0001a. Retrieved May 30, 2002, from http://www.prevention/volume3/0001a.html Example Magazine:

Author Last Name

First Initial

Levy, S. (2002, May 27). Great minds, great ideas. Newsweek. Retrieved May 30, 2002, from http://www.msnbc.com/news/754336.asp Middle Initial

(Publication date)

Article Title

Magazine/Scholarly Journal Title

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Date Accessed

Article URL


www.oslis.org Example: Author Last Name

03/2007 Stern, H. (2003, April 9). Pre-emptive blitz set to meet threat of West Nile. The Oregonian. Retrieved April 14, 2003, from http://www.oregonlive.com/ First Middle (Publication Article Title Complete Newspaper Title Initial Initial date)

Date Accessed

URL of Article

Web Page Professional Example: Reid-Walsh, J. (n.d.) Jane Austen home page. Retrieved March 30, 2001, from University of Wisconsin website: http://www.polyglot.lss.wisc.edu/lss/jane/janeausten.htm Author Last Name

First Initial

Middle Initial

(Publication date)

Date Accessed

Web page title

Sponsoring Organization (if necessary)

URL

Web Page Personal Example: Lowe, W. (2001, November). Pro death penalty web page. Retrieved October 22, 2002, from http://www.westleylowe.com/cp.html Author Last Name

First Initial

Middle Initial

(Publication date)

Web Page title

Date Accessed

URL

OTHER: Video/DVD Video Example: Amazon rainforest [Videocassette]. (1997). N.p.: National Geographic, Inc. DVD Example: Discovering Spain [DVD]. (1998). N.p.: Questar Video Communications. Title

[Video or DVD]

(Year of Release/Copyright)

(Producer, Director, or both)

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Place of Production:

Production Company Name


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