Based on the 10th edition (2007) of the AMA Manual of Style and References examples in JAMA
Based on the 6th edition of the APA (American Psychological Association) Manual, this format uses in-text parenthetical references with author and date. The full bibliographic information is located on the References page. This format is used by the social sciences, including psychology, sociology, and education.
Here are some guidelines and examples for APA style:
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