(Author, Date, Page Number).
Quotation: (Duhigg, 2016, p. 48).
Paraphrase: (Duhigg, 2016) OR According to Duhigg (2016), ...
(Presenter Last Name, Date)
(First Name, Last Name [format of communication], Date).
When citing images under the image in-text (including Powepoint slides):
Figure X. An explanation or description of figure. Reprinted [or adapted] from Book Title (page number), by Author First Initial. Second Initial. Last Name, Year, Place of Publication: Publisher.
Figure X. Descriptive phrase that serves as title and description. Reprinted [or adapted] from Title of Website, by Author First Initial. Second Initial. Last Name, Year, Retrieved from URL.
(Author Last Name & Author Last Name, Year).
(Weber & Kelley, 2014).
List all authors as they appear in References, with "&" before last author name.
(London, Wieland Ladewig, Davidson, Ball, McGillis Bindler, & Cowen, 2017).
*Note: subsequent citations can use (London, et.al., 2017).
(Author Last Name, et.al., Year).
(Book Title [shortened if needed], Year).
(Name of Organization [acronym], Year).
(American Psychological Association [APA], 2010).
*Note: subsequent citations may use (APA, 2010).
*For in-text citations, use editor names in place of author names.
(Editor Last Name & Editor Last Name, Year).
(Catapano & Critchley, 2016).
*When citing chapter from anthology, use the chapter author as the author, not the editors.
(Chapter Author Last Name, Year).