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Math and Statistics: Organize & Cite

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Citation Organizers

Learn more about how citation organizers can help you save, cite and organize your research by viewing the guide below.

Search Alerts

Learn all about search alerts, table of contents alerts, and citation alerts for all of your research needs by viewing our search alerts guide below.

Guides for APA Style - Manuals

APA (American Psychological Association) is most commonly used to cite sources within the social and behavioral sciences. Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th edition) is available at:

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Automatic Citation

Many databases, including the major ones in Education, will automatically generate a citation for you in APA style. In EBSCO you can choose the "cite" button once you have clicked on the title of an article you like.  Just look to the right hand column where the tools are.