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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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These posts on our blog will help answer your questions about citing secondary sources in an #APAStyle paper: http://on.apa.org/2pHAW6G and http://on.apa.org/2wY4GOA

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How to cite Watchmen (and other graphic novels and illustrated books) in #APAStyle: http://on.apa.org/2rf7ogw

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Did you see this update to the guidelines for presenting DOIs in #APAStyle references?

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When an animal name is part of a journal article title, it is conventional to provide the animal’s scientific name (genus and species). Genus is always capitalized and species is not. Notice that the scientific names are also italicized. This post on our #APAStyle blog has examples: http://on.apa.org/2kr7izU
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When you’re researching a cutting-edge topic, there are few sources of information more of the moment than press releases. Citing them in #APAStyle is very simple. As for any reference, the four elements you’ll need are the author, the date, the title, and the source. This post on our blog includes a few examples: http://on.apa.org/2or2j0s
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Happy 4th of July! Here's how to cite the U.S. Constitution in #APAStyle:

Stop by +American Library Association 2017 conference Booth 4425 to try APA Style CENTRAL (http://www.apastyle.org/asc). Bring your #APAStyle questions: APA Style experts will be on hand! #alaac17
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