the ethics of scientific publication

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Humanities and Social Sciences Library (McLennan-Redpath) APA Citation Style Guide This guide is based on the 5th edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (Washington: A.P.A., 2001). Several copies of the APA Manual (call No. BF76.7 P83 2001) are available in the Humanities & Social Sciences Library (McLennan-Redpath library complex) and in the Education, Health Sciences and MacDonald Campus libraries. The APA Manual contains advice on editorial style, grammar and layout.

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Humanities and Social Sciences Library (McLennan-Redpath) APA Citation Style Guide This guide is based on the 5th edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (Washington: A.P.A., 2001). Several copies of the APA Manual (call No. BF76.7 P83 2001) are available in the Humanities & Social Sciences Library (McLennan-Redpath library complex) and in the Education, Health Sciences and MacDonald Campus libraries. The APA Manual contains advice on editorial style, grammar and layout. It also has sections with guidelines to reduce bias in language when writing psychology papers (2.13-2.17) and about the ethics of scientific publication (8.05). This brief guide deals exclusively with the sections in the Manual on the treatment of sources: quotations, citations within the text and preparing the reference list of a research paper. Examples have been selected to illustrate the most common types of citations that students will encounter. For complete information and additional examples, please refer to the APA Manual. You can also consult the APA website for the citation style at http://www.apastyle.org/APA recommends that the papers be double-spaced throughout, including the quotations, notes and reference list. Author-date method of citation APA style requires that sources used to write a paper be acknowledged by inserting the author(s) last name and the year of publication, at the appropriate place in the text. When the author’s name appears as part of the sentence, the year of publication is inserted in parentheses immediately following the name(s). Citation of Sources Byrne (1998) determined that sensitivity for the sounds in spoken words, especially at the level of phonemes, is regarded as a prerequisite for the discovery of the alphabetic principle. (one author) For example, Pennington and Lefly (2001) found that phonological awareness did not contribute to the prediction of reader group membership … (always cite both names when there are two…
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