Richard Bromfield, Ph.D.

How to Cite APA Style 6th in Psychology, Social Work, Education, and the Social Sciences

"Writing in the social sciences, especially the citing and reference part, can be a confusing, frustrating, and mind-numbing ordeal. I've written this book to make perfectly clear, once and for all, how APA citation works. I want you to understand and see it as it is. Instead of being an exotic mystery for you to solve paper after paper, I want it to make sense to you, so you can do it easily and accurately. As an added bonus, you will then know what to note while doing your research, saving you from that horrid task of retracing steps to re-find your sources."

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