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In figure captions, define abbreviations that appear in the body of the figure. For example, see Figure 1 of this #openaccess article from Archives of Scientific Psychology (+APA Journals; http://on.apa.org/2mbZr5x). #OA

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If you quote or paraphrase information from individual pages on a website, create a unique reference for each one. This allows your reader to find your exact source. This may mean your reference list contains a number of references with similar, but distinct, URLs. That’s okay!

This post on the #APAStyle blog has examples.

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Let's talk about research participants! When writing your paper, how do you present the data (including quotations) that you gathered during your surveys or interviews? This post on the #APAStyle blog includes strategies, and examples, for the ethical use of this data.

#AcWri #highered

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E-books come in a variety of formats (e.g., Kindle, Adobe Digital Editions, EPub, HTML, and more) and can be read on a variety of devices (e.g., e-readers like the Kindle, Nook, and Sony Reader, as well as on personal computers and mobile devices through online portals such as NetLibrary, ebrary, and Google Books). This post shows how to cite any e-book in #APAStyle: http://on.apa.org/ZQII4Y
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We're honored that APA Style CENTRAL was named best eProduct in the social sciences by The PROSE Awards! https://proseawards.com/winners/2017-award-winners/#body

#PROSEAwards #APAStyleCENTRAL 
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The UpToDate database contains peer-reviewed medical articles that are periodically updated by experts in the field. This week on our blog: Learn how to cite the UpToDate database in #APAStyle! 

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Use en dashes, not a slash, between words of equal weight: "a London–Paris flight," "the road runs north–south," “test–retest reliability” #APAStyle
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New on the blog: How to cite #Twitter Moments in #APAStyle:

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Bulleted lists in #APAStyle? Yes!

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We're finishing up the packing for #alamw17 (+American Library Association Midwinter Meeting) today. Stop by Booth 1548 tomorrow night to say hello and pick up an APA Style CENTRAL demo schedule!
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