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PSY 463 History and Systems of Psychology: Cite Your Sources
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Academic Central (formerly APA Style Central)
Not familiar with APA? Need a quick refresher? Try Academic Central (formerly APA Style Central).
For best results use Chrome or Firefox. Designed to help you master APA writing style and develop your writing and professional research skills. Includes how-to videos, self-quizzes, tests, reference examples, and sample papers.
Includes: Basics of APA Style (tutorial), Quick Answers and easy access to APA Style blog. From the American Psychological Association, publisher of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, the official guide to APA formatting.
Website maintained by the Online Writing Lab (OWL) at Purdue University. Provides explanations and examples of APA, MLA, and Chicago citation guidelines as well as basic information about formatting your paper. Choose writing styles listed on left or select Search.
Do you struggle to keep track of your sources as your research progresses? Try Zotero, a free, online citation management tool that helps you save and organize all your sources in one spot.
The citation generators listed below will construct a citation for you. They are not foolproof. Proofread the finished product carefully.
NoodleTools ( Select free tools at the bottom of the screen. Use NoodleTools Express.) Select from APA, MLA or Chicago styles. As you enter information, pop-ups appear with formatting rules to help guide you.