APA Style for Sources from the Internet (DOC) by qingyunliuliu


									APA Style for Citations from Electronic Sources                                   Updated 7/15/2011

Entire Website
Holder, M. K. (2005). Primate handedness and brain lateralization research. Retrieved from
Page from a Website
Holder, M. K.. (2002, September 2). Gauche! Left-handers in society. Retrieved from
Electronic Book from NetLibrary
Lidz, C. S. (2003). Early childhood assessment. New York: Wiley. Retrieved from
Article in an Electronic Book from NetLibrary
Poskitt, E. (2003). Nutrition in childhood. In J. B. Morgan & J. W. T. Dickerson (Eds.), Nutrition in early
      life (pp. 291-323). Hoboken, NJ: Lawrence Wiley. Retrieved from http://www.netlibrary.com
Journal Article with a DOI, from a Library Database or the Publisher’s Website
Balter, M. S., Bell, A. D., Kaplan, A. G., Kim, H., & McIvor, R. A. (2009). Management of asthma in
      adults. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 181, 915-922. doi: 10.1503/cmaj.080007
Journal Article without a DOI, from an Online Periodical
Kontos, A. P. & Arguello, E. (2005, September). Sport psychology consulting with Latin American
      athletes. Athletic Insight: The Online Journal of Sport Psychology, 7(3). Retrieved from
Magazine Article without a DOI, from a Library Database or the Publisher’s website
Levy, S. (2002, May 27). Great minds, great ideas. Newsweek, 54-57. Retrieved from
Magazine Article without a DOI and without an Author, from a Library Database or the
      Publisher’s Website
Learning to juggle grows brain networks for good. (2009, October 17). New Scientist, 17. Retrieved from
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