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The recommendations in this guide are based on the 6th edition (2009) of the APA Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. For more in-depth explanation of formatting and preparing works cited lists, please consult the 6th edition of the APA Publication Manual.

Title Page Layout (APA 41)
Unless you receive other instruction, the first page of your paper isa title page. The following are included on the title page: • • • • Running head Page number Title Author’s name • First name, middle initial, last name • Multiple authors • Each name should appear on a separate line Institutional affiliation Course title and number followed by date the paper is submitted

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The APA Manual does not give explicit instruction for the title page of a classpaper. The contents and placement of items on the sample title page are adapted from APA instructions for the title page of a paper submitted for publication. (APA, 41).

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EXAMPLE TITLE PAGE

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Clinical Decision-Making: Determining Severity of Child Language Impairment Jane Q. Public Cardinal Stritch University Course Title 362 April 1, 2010

Font & Spacing
Times New Roman 12 Point Font ONLY. Lines are Double Spaced.

See APA page 41 for further information

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First PageLayout (APA 42-48)
EXAMPLE: First page of a research paper

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Clinical Decision-Making: Determining Severity of Child Language Impairment A diagnosis of language impairment in a child is

1/2” indent begins each paragraph.frequently followed by another integral component of the assessment process, the determination of severity. Severity designations are often based on the magnitude of the linguistic deficit present. In addition, clinicians’ severity determinations are typically categorical in nature, with children classified as exhibiting mild, moderate or severe language impairment.

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Times New Roman 12Point Font ONLY. Lines are Double Spaced.

See APA pages 42-48 for further information

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In-text Citations

References to sources are included in the paper using parenthetical in-text citations.

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Examples of parenthetical references are contained in green boxes.

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Ballantyne, A., Spilkin, A., & Trauner, D. (2007). Therevision decision: Is change always good? A comparison of CELF-R and CELF-3 test scores in children with language impairment, focal brain damage, and typical development. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, 38(3), 182-189. Millitant, D. (2006). Read aloud versus shared reading: The effects on vocabulary acquisition, comprehension, and fluency (Unpublished master’s thesis). KeanUniversity. (ED491543). Retrieved from http://www.eric.ed.gov/

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Periods DO NOT follow URLs at the end of references.

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Italicizing Titles

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Knowing when to italicize a title within your reference page can be confusing, especially when two titles are present within the same citation, for instance, an article title and a journal title. A simple technique...
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