Referencing and academic integrity

The American Psychological Association (APA) System

Example of a final APA reference list

References

Andrews, M. (2002). Using technology in your presentation. In L. White & E. Davids (Eds.),
     Enhancing your presentation, (pp.91-104). London: Sage.

Blascovich, J. (2010). Social psychophysiology and embodiment. In S.T. Fiske, D.T. Gilbert & L. Gardner (Eds), Handbook of social
      psychology. Retrieved from http://www.credoreference.com/entry/wileyhsp/social_psychophysiology_and_embodiment

Deakin University. (2006). The literature review. Retrieved from http://www.deakin.edu.au/library/findout/research/litrev.php.

Fitch, R. & Butler, Z. (2008). Million module march: Scalable locomotion for large selfreconfiguring robots. International Journal of
     Advanced Robotics Research
, 27, 331-343.

Hogg, M.A & Vaughan, G.M. (2011). Social Psychology (6th ed.).  Retrieved from DawsonERA

McCarthy, P. & Hatcher, C. (2002). Presentation skills: The essential guide for students. London, UK: Sage.

Scott, S., Briskman, J., Woolgar, M., Humayun, S., O’Connor, T. G. (2011). Attachment in adolescence: Overlap with parenting and      
     unique prediction of behavioral adjustment. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 52, 1052-1062. doi: 10.1111/j.1469-
     7610.2011.02453.x

Stevens, M. (1996). How to be better at giving presentations. London: Kogan Page.

Wilson, R.T., & Till, B.D. (2008). Airport advertising effectiveness: An exploratory field study. Journal of Advertising, 37, 59-72.