APA advises that instead of using a Secondary Source, such as a quotation from a resource at hand, that the researcher find the original source. However, sometimes it is necessary to use a secondary source. It is advised to do so very sparingly. This attribution should not appear in the references. The reference for this source should not be copied from the full text resource. Only items read in full text should be in the References section. Padding a References section could also be perceived as a lapse in academic integrity and suffer penalty. More information on Secondary Resources from APA.