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Aiming to enhance the quality of published research, the American Psychological Association (APA) has released an update to the APA Style Journal Article Reporting Standards (JARS). Promoting transparency in psychological science, the updated standards include guidance on reporting qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods research. APA Style JARS are meant to help researchers in psychology define important aspects of their research, increasing opportunities for funding, collaboration, and replication. Read the press release and APA Style JARS here: on.apa.org/2DMlmuk. #APAStyle #APAStyleJARS
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Happy New Year's Eve!

Here are the year's 20 most popular articles and videos from the American Psychological Association site (including a video about #APAStyle CENTRAL! http://apastyle.org/asc/)
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How to cite the 1978 #StarWars Holiday Special (and other television shows and movies) in #APAStyle!
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Have you seen the e-book version of the Publication Manual (6th edition)? #APAStyle
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The +American Psychological Association has released the Stress in America™ survey results:
Nearly two-thirds of Americans (63 percent) say the future of the nation is a very or somewhat significant source of stress, slightly more than perennial stressors like money (62 percent) and work (61 percent), according to APA’s report, "Stress in America™: The State of Our Nation". Read the full report here:
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Happy #DictionaryDay! Here are some guidelines for spelling success in #APAStyle:
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In the Publication Manual and in many, many blog posts here, we refer to both references and citations. If you are new to writing with #APAStyle, you might wonder “What’s the difference?” Find out here!
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Here's how to cite a manuscript in press, in preparation, or submitted for publication (in #APAStyle): http://on.apa.org/2oQTigM
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Are you writing an #APAStyle paper for the first time this semester? Or, could you use a refresher? We've linked to many great resources (including sample papers and a free tutorial) on our "best of" blog post:
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