Please note that the information presented under this tab concerns the electronic retrieval aspects of formulating a citation. For guidance on correctly citing bibliographic information (such as author names, publication dates, journal titles, etc), please see the articles tab above.
Article from a Web page:
Ostro, A. (2009, Oct. 8). Twitter is frozen in time. Mashable.
Article from a Web page, no author:
Globalization and clothes. (2006). http://unpac.ca/economy/g_clothes.html
Article from a Web page, no date:
Dvoretsky, D.P. (n.d.). History: Pavlov Institute of Physiology of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Online newspaper article:
Zernike, K. (2020, May 31). Why major sports might risk comebacks during the pandemic. The New York Times.
Audio podcast episode:
Hawley, S. (Host). (2019, August 21). Mental health: Language matters [Audio podcast episode]. In MPHTC Podcast.
Shultz, H. (2020, May 7). MPHTC student integral to county COVID-19 response. MPHTC Blog.
Social media posting:
Center for Disease Control. (2020, June 1). The COVID-19 outbreak may be stressful for people. Get tips for managing stress here
[video] [status update]. Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/CDC/posts/10158009325656026
Wiki, no date:
Psychometric assessment. (n.d.). In Psychology Wiki.
Norton, R. (2006, November 4). How to train a cat to operate a light switch [Video]. YouTube
Recorded webinar, group author, author the same as the publisher:
Pace University Library. (2013, January 24). Searching the literature: From clinical scenarios to best evidence. [Webinar].
Maxson, B. K., & Garcia, M. (2020, April 29). Engaging users through accessible and pedagogical guides [PowerPoint slides].
Scholar's Bank. https://scholarsbank.uoregon.edu/xmlui/handle/1794/25340
Based upon the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 7th edition, sections 10.01, 10.03, 10.13, 10/.14, and 10.16.