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Aging LibGuide: Citing

Citation Styles

Common Citation Styles for Aging include:


This is the citation style developed by the American Psychological Association (APA) for citing print and electronic sources used in research.

APA Style Tutorial by EBSCO
APA Style Guide to Electronic References  (PDF will open)
American Psychological Association's APA style resources online



Additional citation styles:



Chicago - Humanities Style

Chicago - Author Date Style

Writing Lab

Contact the Writing Lab for more help on citing and creating bibliographies or works cited pages.

Schedule an appointment to meet with a tutor via the online scheduling system.

Distance students should refer to the Writing Lab Channel within My.Uindy.Edu for further instructions.

For additional resources, see the Purdue Online Writing Lab Research and Citation Resources


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