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Columbia Gorge Community College Library 808.066 APA 2010 (Text) 39705000011899 Main Collection None 07/05/2016 Available -
CGCC Hood River Campus 808.06615 PUBLI 2010 (Text) 33892002403971 Reserves Hourly Reserves None 09/02/2010 Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 1433805618 (softcover)
  • ISBN: 1433805596 (hardcover)
  • ISBN: 1433805626 (spiral bound)
  • ISBN: 9781433805615 (softcover)
  • ISBN: 9781433805592 (hardcover)
  • ISBN: 9781433805622 (spiral bound)
  • Physical Description: xviii, 272 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
  • Edition: 6th ed.
  • Publisher: Washington, DC : American Psychological Association, c2010.

Content descriptions

Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references (p. 255-257) and index.
Formatted Contents Note:
List of tables and figures -- Foreword -- Preface -- Introduction -- Organization of the sixth edition -- Specific changes in the sixth edition -- How to use the publication manual -- 1: Writing For The Behavioral And Social Sciences -- Types of Articles -- Empirical studies -- Literature reviews -- Theoretical articles -- Methodological articles -- Case studies -- Other types of articles -- Ethical and legal standards in publishing -- Ensuring the accuracy of scientific knowledge -- Ethical reporting of research results -- Data retention and sharing -- Duplicate and piecemeal publication of data -- Plagiarism and self-plagiarism -- Protection the rights and welfare of research participants -- Rights and confidentiality of research participants -- Conflict of interest -- Protecting intellectual property rights -- Publication credit -- Reviewers -- Author's copyright on an unpublished manuscript -- Planning for ethical compliance -- 2: Manuscript Structure And Content -- Journal article reporting standards -- Manuscript elements -- Title -- Author's name (byline) and institutional affiliation -- Author note -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Method -- Results -- Discussion -- Multiple experiments -- Meta-analyses -- References -- Footnotes -- Appendices and supplemental materials -- Sample papers -- 3: Writing Clearly And Concisely -- Organization -- Length -- Organizing a manuscript with headings -- Levels of heading -- Seriation -- Writing style -- Continuity in presentation of ideas -- Smoothness of expression -- Tone -- Economy of expression -- Precision and clarity -- Linguistic devices -- Strategies to improve writing style -- Reducing bias in language -- General guidelines for reducing bias -- Guideline 1: Describe at the appropriate level of specificity -- Guideline 2: Be sensitive to labels -- Guideline 3: Acknowledge participation -- Reducing bias by topic -- Gender -- Sexual orientation -- Racial and ethnic identity -- Disabilities -- Age -- Historical and interpretive inaccuracies -- Grammar and usages -- Verbs -- Agreement of subject and verb -- Pronouns -- Misplaced and dangling modifiers and use of adverbs -- Relative pronouns and subordinate conjunctions -- Parallel construction -- 4: Mechanics Of Style -- Punctuation -- Spacing after punctuation marks -- Period -- Comma -- Semicolon -- Colon -- Dash -- Quotation marks -- Double or single quotation marks -- Parentheses -- Brackets -- Slash -- Spelling -- Preferred spelling -- Hyphenation -- Capitalization -- Words beginning a sentence -- Major words in title and headings -- Proper nouns and trade names -- Nouns followed by numerals or letters -- Title of tests -- Names of conditions or groups in an experiment -- Names of factors, variables, and effects -- Italics -- Use of italics -- Abbreviations -- Use of abbreviations -- Explanation of abbreviations -- Abbreviations accepted as words -- Abbreviations used often in APA journals -- Latin abbreviations -- Scientific abbreviations -- Other abbreviations -- Plurals of abbreviations -- Abbreviations beginning a sentence -- Numbers -- Numbers expressed in numerals -- Numbers expressed in words -- Combining numerals and words to express numbers -- Ordinal numbers -- Decimal fractions -- Roman numerals -- Commas in numbers -- Plurals of numbers -- Metrication -- Policy on metrication -- Style for metric units -- Statistical and mathematical copy -- Selecting effective presentation -- References for statistics -- Formulas -- Statistics in text --Statistical symbols -- Spacing, alignment, and punctuation -- Equations -- Equations in text -- Displayed equations -- Preparing statistical and mathematical copy -- 5: Displaying Results -- General guidance on table and figures -- Purposes of data displays -- Design and preparation of a data display -- Graphical versus textual presentation -- Formatting tables and figures -- Table and figure numbers -- Permission to reproduce data displays -- Tables -- Conciseness in tables -- Table layout -- Standard forms -- Relation of tables and text -- Relation between tables -- Table titles -- Table headings -- Table body -- Continence intervals in tables -- Table notes -- Ruling of tables -- Presenting data in specific types of tables -- Table checklist -- Figures -- Principles of figure use and construction -- Types of figures -- Standards for figures -- Figure legends and captions -- Planning figures -- Preparation of figures -- Presenting electrophysiological, radiological, and other biological data -- Electrophysiological data -- Radiological (imaging) data -- Genetic data -- Photographs -- Figure checklist -- 6: Crediting Sources -- When to cite -- Plagiarism -- Self-plagiarism -- Quoting and paraphrasing -- Direct quotation of sources -- Paraphrasing material -- Direct quotations of online material without pagination -- Accuracy of quotations -- Changes from the source requiring no explanation -- changes from the source requiring explanation -- Citations within quotations -- Permission to quote, reprint, or adapt -- Citing references in text -- One work by one author -- One work by multiple authors -- Groups as authors -- Authors with the same surname -- Works with no identified author or with an anonymous author -- Two or more works within the same parentheses -- Secondary sources -- Classical works -- Citing specific parts of a source -- Personal communications -- Citations in parenthetical material -- Reference list -- Construction of an accurate and complete reference list -- Consistency -- Using the archival copy or version of record -- Order of references in the reference list -- References included in a meta-analysis -- Reference components -- Author and editor information -- Publication date -- Title -- Publication information -- Electronic sources and locator information -- providing publication data for electronic sources -- 7: Reference Examples -- Types and variations -- Examples of type -- Periodicals -- Books, reference books, and book chapters -- Technical and research reports -- Meetings and symposia -- Doctoral dissertations and master's theses -- Reviews and peer commentary -- Audiovisual media -- Data sets, software, measurement instruments, and apparatus -- Unpublished and informally published works -- Archival documents and collections -- Internet message boards, electronic mailing lists, and other online communities -- Appendix 7-1: References to legal materials -- General forms -- Text citations of legal materials -- Court decisions (bluebook rule) -- Statutes (bluebook rule 12) -- Legislative materials (bluebook rule 13) -- Administrative and executive materials (bluebook rule 14) -- Patents -- 8: Publication Process -- Editorial process -- Peer review -- Manuscript acceptance or rejection -- Author responsibilities -- Preparing the manuscript for submission -- Complying with ethical, legal, and policy requirements -- Publisher policy requirements -- Working with the publisher when the manuscript has been accepted -- Checklist for manuscript submission -- Appendix: Journal article reporting standards (JARS), Meta-analysis reporting standards (MARS), and flow of participants through each stage of an experiment or Quasi-experiment -- References -- Index.
Subject: Psychology > Authorship > Style manuals
Social sciences > Authorship > Style manuals.
Psychological literature > Publishing > Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Social science literature > Publishing > Handbooks, manuals, etc.

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