Format a References Page in APA Style
The references page in an APA-style paper must follow a certain format. I'm not talking about the references themselves, whose style is the topic of many of the external links on the main APA Style resource page, but the actual page of references itself. Things like the header, the spacing, and the organization all have a proper style. This helpful video shows you exactly how--and how not--to style the APA references page.
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