Cite all sources quoted or paraphrased in a research paper. For rules and examples of APA Style, consult the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 7th ed. 2020 (copy available at Andersen Library's Reference Desk).
Online citation formatters and citation help from library databases are not foolproof. Always review your citations to be sure they are correct.
Research@UWW offers help with formatting citations for your paper's Reference List. Click the quotation marks for a title either from the search results or after clicking on a title to see more information, and then select a citation style. Always use these citations with care! They usually have a disclaimer that the citations need to be checked for formatting errors, especially with respect to names, capitalization, and dates. YOU are responsible for fixing any formatting errors. Below is an example (Note errors in the title).
Click on a title in search results for more information. On the right click Cite under Tools. Select a citation style to copy.
Display the article in JSTOR, click "Cite this item" on the left, and then copy the citation for the style needed.
Select an item, then click on the quotation marks on either the search results or article display. Select the citation style to copy.