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This guide will help you set up your American Psychological Association citations.
APA Style uses the author–date citation system, in which a brief in-text citation, within the body of the paper, directs readers to a full reference list entry, located in the alphabetical reference list at the end of the paper.
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Title your citation page, References (in bold and centered).