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Citing Journal/Magazine Articles
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Citing Web Pages
Citing Newspaper Articles
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How To Cite Using APA Style (Videos)
Plagiarism involves taking credit for work that is not one's own. Below are some resources that can help you avoid plagiarism.
American Psychological Association, or APA, style is commonly used in the social and behavioral sciences. Check out the resources and example citations on this page.