Third on the list is the usage of et al. Given the level of detail in these style rules, its no surprise that many find them challenging. Here are three common errors: 1.
Click on the 'In-line Citations' heading in the Style Overview panel to display the settings for this item. 4. With In-line citations selected, we can see a number of settings that control the use of 'et al'. For citations that fall into the second category, the APA suggests listing the first three names followed by et al. When the paper is cited for the first time. For the second and subsequent citations, it suggests shortening the citation to the name of the first author followed by et pers with six or more authors are always cited giving. 2009. Em Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association /em, 6th edn. Washington, DC: APA Press. 272 pp. /span /span /p p style"text-align: justify span style"font-size:14px span style"font-family:verdana, geneva,sans-serif Wouldn't it be useful to know about /span /span span style"font-family: verdana, geneva, sans-serif; font-size: 14px a href"m/insights/latin-phrases-in-scientific-writing-italics-or-not" Latin phrases in scientific writing: italics or not /a?
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