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Strength & Conditioning: APA Citation Style

APA Basics

APA Example Citations

 

APA Tutorial

APA Format in Word 2016 by Colin Murphy, Ed.D. 

 

About DOI in APA

DOI is a digital object identifier

The DOI is a a web address linked to the publisher information of the article or book chapter. This is more stable than using a link from a database. A group of publishers, Publishers Linking International Association (PILA) formed the CrossRef depository as a collaborative linking system. To find more information go to https://www.apa.org/pubs/librarians/industry/crossref

To find a DOI for a publication you can use the CrossRef website: https://www.crossref.org/

A simple way to do so is to use the Search Metadata search and enter the title of the article. Then you can check for the matching item.