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APA 7 is a referencing style described in the 7th edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA).
APA 7 is used by some disciplines in the University. You should always check with your School, Department, or supervisor regarding which referencing style you are expected to use.
University of Strathclyde APA 7 referencing guide
APA 7 Referencing Guide - by the University Library
This guidance is taken from, or based upon, the 7th edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA).
This guide is only intended to be a brief introduction to APA 7. The Publication Manual provides further examples of in-text citation and references. If the source you wish to reference is not included in this guide, please consult the Publication Manual rather than adapting one of these examples.
APA 7 Publication Manual
The printed version of the Publication Manual is available in the Library:
Additional guidance on APA 7
Recent posts from the APA Style Blog:
For guidance on the previous 6th edition of APA style, refer to our APA 6 guide: