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According to APA 7th Edition guidelines you need to find out as much information as you can about who created and published a source and when. You communicate this to your audience through in-text and Reference List citations which your readers can look up themselves.
Music therapy citation example
Citing a music therapy article, step-by-step:
Author's name - last name first followed by first initial(s)
Year of publication - in parentheses
Title of article - first word only is capitalized
Title of publication - all words in italics
Volume number - in italics
Issue number - no italics
Page numbers - without pp or the word "page" in front
DOI, when available - see see DOI box on this guide for more details
Be sure to indent lines after the first.
Frisch, M.J., Franko, D.L., Herzog, D.B. (2006). Arts-based therapies in the treatment of eating disorders. Eating Disorders, 14(2),131-142. doi:10.1080/10640260500403857
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Free APA help online from Purdue's Online Writing Lab (OWL). Provides examples and instructions for commonly cited materials, as well as a sample APA paper and tips for avoiding plagiarism. The left-hand menu has guidance for both in-text citations and the references list at the end of your paper.