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PSYC 111: Introduction to Psychology II - Fall 2017 - Kim: Cite Sources

Writing Help

Need help writing or citing?

Make an appointment with a tutor at the  Emory Writing Center.

Student Writing

Avoid Plagiarism


See the library's help pages for how to best paraphrase and properly cite your sources.


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APA Writing and Citation Style


The Publication Manual of the APA (6th Edition)

Washington, DC: American Psychological Association, c2010

Robert W. Woodruff Library Reference BF76.7 .P83 2010

 

 

 

 

 

The APA Style Guide to Electronic Sources, 6th Edition, is a pdf document. Use your emory netid and password to access it.

 

Additional APA Style Resources:

 

Online Citation Generators - use with caution!

Citation generators can be a convenient way of creating a references list; however, be aware that the citation generators sometimes make errors that you will need to check against the style manual. 

Here are several free online citation generators that can be somewhat helpful:

North Carolina State University's Citation Builder 

BibMe

Citation Machine 

Academic Integrity


Plagiarism is presenting another person’s words and/or ideas as your own words/ideas either deliberately OR unintentionally.

Plagiarism involves stealing another person's intellectual property.


The Honor Code at Emory University

From Article 4:

"Academic misconduct...includes...

plagiarizing."

From the Appendix:

"Any person who uses a writer's ideas or phraseology without giving due credit is guilty of plagiarism."

"The student is entirely responsible for knowing and following the principles of paraphrasing."

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