All book citations should include the following elements:
1. Name of Author, Editor, or Compiler
2. Year of Publication
3. Title of Book (italicized)
4. Page numbers
(if citing a chapter or a work in an anthology)
5. City of Publication
6. Name of Publisher
Place the editor's name in the author position, and enclose the abbreviation Ed.
If you are citing a specific chapter, entry, or article in an edited book or in a reference book, see instructions below.
Use commas to separate authors, to separate surnames and initials, and to separate initials and suffixes (ex. Jr. and III). With 2 to 7 authors, use an ampersand (&) before the last author.
Example (two authors):
Example (multiple authors):
Place the editors' names in the author position, and enclose the abbreviation Eds.
Format references to technical and research reports as you would a book:
Author, A. A. (1998). Title of work (Report No. xxx). Location: Publisher.
For more information, refer to section 7.03 (page 205) of the APA Style Manual, 6th edition.