In psychology, APA Style is usually the preferred citation style for bibliographies and in-text citations. However, check with your professor to be sure this is the style they recommend for your work. Here are some tools for learning about APA Style:
Visit the UNM CAPS Writing & Language Center for additional help with citations and writing.
Citation management software can help you manage the articles/citations/PDFs you gather as you research and can help you easily create properly formatted papers and bibliographies. The most popular citation manager software supported at UNM is:
Other similar tools are available. To learn more or compare tools, visit this University of Washington Libraries webpage.
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How do I cite a test in APA style?
Tests are usually cited in the same style as books.
Bracken, B.A. & McCallum, R.S. (1998).Universal Nonverbal Intelligence Test. Itasca, IL: Riverside Publishing.
How do I cite a test review in APA style?
Two main resources for test reviews are Mental Measurements Yearbook (MMY) and Test Critiques. Test reviews from these sources are formatted similarly to chapters within an edited book. Note that you are citing the review, not the test itself. The test author’s name does not appear in a citation for the review.