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Last Updated: Apr 10, 2020     Views: 33

APA style was created by the American Psychological Association, which is what APA stands for. It is a set of rules for publications, including student research papers, commonly used in social sciences. It was created in 1929 as a way to help make scientific papers easier for audiences to read. It includes rules on how to format your papers, in-text citations, and bibliographies (reference list).

APA updated its style manual in the fall of 2019, the 7th Edition.

Below are some helpful links about APA style including how to format a paper in APA style, 7th edition.

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