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This guide provides descriptions of commonly used library resources for research and scholarship in the field of psychology.

6) Citing in APA Style

Organizing and citing the information you find is essential to your research.

On this page, you will learn more about the APA Style and how to follow its guidelines for citing books, articles, and other types of materials and mediums.

Citation Management applications like RefWorks, Zotero, and EndNote can help you organize and cite in the APA style. Go to the Citation Tools Guide to learn more about these applications and to start using them.

Print Book: Publication Manual of the APA, 7th Edition

Electronic Resources: APA Style Guide, 7th Edition

While there is no e-book version of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 7th ed., the links to tutorials and examples below may help: 

APA Tutorials and Webinars 

Example APA References & Citations

Use these links to learn more about references and citations for specific types of resources:

Periodicals, Books & Reference Works


Books & Reference Works

Edited Book Chapters & Entries in Reference Works

Reports, Conference Proceedings & Grey Literature

Reports & Grey Literature

Conference Presentations & Proceedings

Dissertations & Theses

Unpublished & Informally Published Works

Archival Materials

Online Sources, Data and Audiovisual Media

Data Sets

Social Media

Webpages & Websites

Audiovisual Media