Check out the basic in-text citation format required for APA here.
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For example, let’s say you’re reading a book on treatment plans written by Allred who quotes Jones, who wrote a book on education and the scientific method.
You would format your citation as follows: of a résumé (personal communication, September 29, 2011).
It is important to acknowledge those sources when you write your own paper.
But how exactly do you write an acknowledgement of a source you incorporated into your paper? The following guide can help you write citations in the American Psyschological Association (APA) style.
This resource provides detailed guidelines for citing sources in your paper and includes examples of in-text citation for reference by research authors.
When using APA format, follow the “author-date” method of in-text citation.
This revised edition embodies changes to multiple different citation formats -- citations for Internet-based media in particular, but other formats as well.
Please see the first link below for the Meriam Library's guide to these changes.