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November 24, 2010

Happy Thanksgiving

 

 

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By Mary Lynn Skutley


Today we’d like to thank you, dear readers, for your interest in APA Style.  Learning style rules and  keeping all the nuances straight is a challenge.  But what really takes fortitude is nursing an idea, analyzing theory, conducting research, poring over data, and most of all, pounding out thoughts and connections and possibilities in a shaggy draft that is far from perfect. 

Thank you for taking that leap.  We appreciate the patience you show in studying and shaping and working what you’ve written into a well-formed repast. 

Thanks for sharing our enthusiasm for the small fixes and tricks that can transform a manuscript.  Over the past 16 months, you have challenged us to solve more than one ambiguity.  You make us look closely and question more.  We are most grateful for the privilege of working with you. 

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