Answered By: Jessica Maris
Last Updated: Aug 03, 2015     Views: 44

If I understand correctly you created a list in your paper, not directly quoting but paraphrasing, all from one source.  Even though it is a list you still use the basic in-text citation (author, date of publication) at the end of your list. It is possible that your instructor might also require page number, so be sure to check.

For more info this is our Cite APA Style libguide, see the In-Text Citation & Quotations tab.  Another good resource is the Purdue OWL: APA Formatting and Style libguide.   Or you can always come in and look at the Mastering APA Style : Student’s workbook and training libguide that is on our Reference Shelf in the Library.

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