PCC's printable quick reference to APA 7 citation format.
Citing in APA Style: Basic Overview
Every time you quote or paraphrase someone else’s work, you must provide information about your source in two places:
In the paragraph where you are quoting or paraphrasing. This is called a Parenthetical Citation because you will put brief information about the work in parentheses. For details, see the In-Text Citations page.
In the References page at the end of the paper. This is where you put all of the information needed to find a copy of the works you used in your paper. Check out our guidelines and examples for different types of references by using the links in the left-hand column.
The citation you create for your References page should indicate: