Refer to the different format examples provided below to check against the in-text and end-text references you have created.
These reference formats examples are largely based on those provided in the APA Style Blog
The overarching principle is that readers should have a reference detailed enough to allow them to locate the original source if they wish. You should always acknowledge authors whose ideas or information you have used.
For further examples see the APA Style website, or the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 7th edition.
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