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Citation Styles

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Internet Sites:

• Research and Documentation Online
Includes information on finding and documenting sources in the APA, MLA, Chicago, and CBE styles.

• A Guide for Writing Research Papers
Based on Modern Language Association (MLA) Documentation.

• A Guide for Writing Research Papers
Based on American Psychological Association (APA) Documentation.

• Electronic Reference Formats Recommended by the American Psychological Association
“The material provided covers commonly asked questions regarding how to cite electronic media.”

• Internet Public Library — Citing Electronic Resources
Includes web links and print resources.

• Sources: Their Use and Acknowledgement
This guide from Dartmouth College includes information on why, when, and how to cite print and electronic sources.

• Internet Citation Guides — Citing Electronic Sources in Research Papers and Bibliographies (organized by style)
Includes links to the following:  APA (American Psychological Association); CBE (Council of Biology Editors); Chicago; MLA (Modern Language Association); Turabian; and Other Styles and Resources (including APSA and NLM).

• Examples from the Columbia Guide to Online Style