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APA (6th edition) Sample References List

** Citations should be double-spaced. Here they are not, due to space limitations.
***When referring to any work that is NOT a journal, such as a book, article, or Web page, capitalize
only the first letter of the first word of a title and subtitle, the first word after a colon or a dash in the
title, and proper nouns*** Capitalize ALL words in journal titles.

Book with 1 author


Author, A. A. (Year of publication). Title of work: Capital letter also for subtitle. Publisher City: Publisher
Name.
Peeters, T. (1997). Autism: From theoretical understanding to educational intervention. San Diego:
Singular Pub. Group.
**For books with multiple authors, please refer to Quickcite**
Electronic book
Author, A. (date). Italicized title of the book. [format notation] Retrieved from http:// web address.
During, A. (1996). Autism and the crisis of meaning. [NetLibrary version] Retrieved from

http://www.netlibrary.com.
Article from a database
Author, A. (date). Tile of article. Italicized Title of the Journal, Vol # (issue #), and page #. Retrieved from
Name of Database database.
Lalwer, C. (2005). Autism and the environment? Environmental Health Perspectives, 113 (6),405.
Retrieved from Academic Search Elite database.

Newspaper article from a database


Author, A. (date). Tile of article. Italicized Title of the Newspaper, page #. Retrieved from Name of
Database database.
Smith, S. (2002, December 24). Violent crime on the rise. USA Today, pp. 3B, 4B. Retrieved from
Newspaper Source Plus database.

Website
Author of the Website. (date). Italicized Title of the page. Retrieved Month Day, Year, from http://web
address
Autism Society of America. (2005). Autism statistics. Retrieved Aug. 28, 2005, from http://www.autismsociety.org
**For other types of webpages, refer to OWL from Purdue University**

For more citation samples, please refer to Quickcite from University of Auckland, NZ.