APA style

Updated: 10/07/2019 by Computer Hope
American Psychological Association.

APA style is a writing format used for research documents, commonly used for citations and sources in educational or professional pieces of writing. It was introduced by the American Psychological Association as a 61-page manual in 1952, published in the peer-reviewed Psychological Bulletin. It provides guidelines for the formatting of various aspects of a document, including citations, headers, margins, lists, quotations, table of contents, and titles.

Example of APA style

Below is an example of how someone might cite the Computer Hope Safe Mode page.

Computer Hope, Getting into Windows Safe Mode. October 2, 2019, from https://www.computerhope.com/issues/chsafe.htm

Citation, Margin