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APA Style Guide: Formatting Your Reference Page
Learn the basics here! For complete guidelines refer to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association 6th Edition.
Read this before you use the Microsoft Word References tool to ensure your citations are generated correctly.
Sample Reference Page
The reference list is the last page of your paper. References begin on a separate page following the last page of your writing. Center the word "References" at the top of the page. Your full citations are alphabetized according to the first word of each end reference. The reference list is double spaced and formatted using a hanging indent.For instructions on creating a hanging indenthere.
Listed below you will find citation generators. Please note: While these are excellent tools, YOU are responsible for checking the accuracy of the citations using a credible source (such as the APA style manual, which you can find in the library).