APA Quiz Essay

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APA QUIZ

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The Reference section should start on a separate page under the centered heading References, which does not use bold font. The reference entries should appear in alphabetical order by authors' surname (or by title if works do not list an author) regardless of the type of source (e.g., book, film, journal article, website).

A. True

According to the APA Quick Reference Guide made by The University of North Carolina School of Social work, the heading styles applied to the body of the paper; title page, abstract, references, tables are not considered parts of body of the paper; therefore, headings on those pages are not bold. They also confirm that only the sources cited in the text of your paper are listed
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Therefore, option B is correct because it follows APA rules of citation.

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Which choice shows the correct format and APA style for the first use of the Jeffrey T. Swan, Dennard Q. Rail, Mary N. Bushcombe (1995) source in the text of the following sentence: . "... found that students' sense of entitlement led to complaints that course requirements were too burdensome and often interfered with their social commitments.

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A. Jeffrey Swan, Dennard Rail, and Mary Bushcombe found that students' sense of entitlement led to complaints that course requirements were too burdensome and often interfered with their social commitments (1995).

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B. Swan, Rail, & Bushcombe (1995) found that students' sense of entitlement led to complaints that course requirements were too burdensome and often interfered with their social commitments.

C. Swan, Rail, and Bushcombe (1995) found that students' sense of entitlement led to complaints that course requirements were too burdensome and often interfered with their social commitments.

D. Swan, Rail, and Bushcombe (1995) find that students' sense of entitlement led to complaints that course requirements were too burdensome and often interfered with their social commitments.

According to Northhampton community college, when citing works by two authors: Provide the last names of both authors. Use the word “and” to separate the names in the sentence, and use an & to separate their names in the
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