Answered By: Jennifer Harris Last Updated: Jun 16, 2017 Views: 330
When you want to cite a specific part of a resource in-text in APA style, cite the specific page, chapter, figure, table, or equation at the appropriate point in your text. Note that p. is used for page, but words like Chapter are not abbreviated. See APA p. 179, 6.19 for additional information. For example:
(Jones, 2011, p. 5)
(Cromwell, 2016, Table 1.1)
(Harper, 2001, Chapter 7)
When a citation appears in a parenthetical comment, use commas to set off the date. See APA (6th ed.), p. 179 for additional information. For example:
(see Table 2-C of National Center for Primate Research, 2000, for complete data)
(see Figure 5 of Brown, Harper, & McKay, 1984, for complete data)
- APA guide (Shapiro Library)
- APA Research Paper Basics Video Tutorials (Atomic Learning - log in using your SNHU email username and password)
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This information is intended to be a guideline, not expert advice. Please be sure to speak to your professor about the appropriate way to a part of a source in your class assignments and projects.
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