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August 12, 2010

Best of the APA Style Blog: Fall 2010 Edition

Chelsea blogby Chelsea Lee

As a new school year begins at universities around the world, a new crop of students will set upon the task of learning APA Style. Below you will find some of the most popular and (we hope) helpful content published to this date on the APA Style Blog and on our parent site, apastyle.org.

Getting Started With APA Style

What is APA Style?

Why is APA Style needed?

A tutorial for those totally new to APA Style

A tutorial for those using the 6th edition manual for the first time

FAQs about APA Style

Sample Papers in APA Style

Sample Paper 1

Sample Paper 2

Sample meta-analysis paper

Sample published APA article 

What To Do If Your Reference Isn’t in the Manual (a.k.a. How References Work)

Our series on the “generic reference”

How To Cite...

Classical works (the Bible, the Qu’ran, Aristotle, etc.)

Constitutions and other legal references




Secondary sources (sources you found in another source)



How to Format...


Lists (lettered, numbered, or bulleted)


Tables and figures

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