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APA Citation Workshops
APA Citation Workshop Schedule
All workshops via Zoom. Register at the link below.
- Weds March 30 @ 11:00a
- Tues April 12 @ 10:00a
- Thur April 28 @ 4:00p
Register for Spring 2022 Citation Workshops
Learn how to create American Psychological Association (APA)–style in-text citations and the references pages for the most common resources used in the social sciences. This workshop will also cover paraphrasing and direct quotes and issues of plagiarism.
Welcome! This research guide was created for students in Professor Palmieri's course Developmental Psychology.
You have been assigned a paper and presentation about a topic related to developmental psychology that requires using professional sources.
This guide is a customized resource for this particular course and assignment.
If you have any questions or trouble feel free to contact me in person, by phone or email, or through the library's virtual services.
Detail of a miniature of the Seven Ages of Man, at the beginning of book 6 [Image]. (1482). Retrieved from http://www.bl.uk/catalogues/illuminatedmanuscripts/ILLUMIN.ASP?Size=mid&IllID=29422 from Livre des proprietez des choses (1482) by Bartholomaeus Anglicus. British Library Royal 15 E II f. 139v