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APA

 
American Pharmaceutical Association; American Podiatric Association; American Psychiatric Association; American Psychological Association.
APA style a format for writing and documenting scholarly papers, developed by the American Psychological Association and frequently used in writings related to the health sciences.

APA

APA

American Pharmaceutical Association; American Podiatric Association; American Psychiatric Association; American Psychological Assocation.

APA

2 abbreviation for American Psychological Association.

atypical polypoid adenomyoma

An uncommon biphasic polypoid lesion seen in the middle-aged (mean age: 40) uterine cervix and lower uterine segment.
 
Management
Hysterectomy.
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They included library databases related to education, writing resources, APA style guides, plagiarism prevention resources, as well as flash animated tutorials to help students to access library resources from home and register for the Turnitin system.
APA style tends to create what Billig calls "depopulated texts"--that is, texts devoid both of authors or "subjects.
Many authors who submit articles to the Journal already will be familiar with APA style.
Includes material on how to adapt APA style for poster presentations using PowerPoint, and for oral presentations
Literature review that supports topic Section II: APA 4 points Follows basic English and APA style guide including: 1.
Table 4 reveals that the APA style of referencing is mostly used by authors in Nigerian polytechnics.
American Psychological Association: APA Style (Note: What's New in the Sixth Edition of the Publication Manual?
All that remain are basic rules of APA style and formatting; simple rules of English grammar, syntax, and punctuation; and the clear expression of scientific ideas.
When it comes to APA style, spelling, and grammar, reviewers tend to believe that authors who make consistent writing mistakes are also likely to make mistakes in areas more fundamental to good manuscripts, such as research design, data entry, and research analysis.
In a similar vein, as a reader accustomed to APA Style, I found it frustrating to encounter footnotes that I needed to access chapter by chapter at the back of the book, without a header or footer indicating the chapter being currently read.
Like MLA style, APA style arose out of the concerns of a group of journal editors and managers (anthropological and psychological journals, in this case) about the uniformity and reliability of the articles they received.
Figure captions arc to be on an attached page, as required by APA style.