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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

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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The text is organized in APA style and has separate author and subject indexes.
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Johnson Report manuscripts undergo the same review process as regular manuscripts and should follow APA style guidelines.
[6] A current expression of this genre--and the most common in social work journals--is the style developed by the American Psychological Association (aka "APA style").
The new format will largely conform to APA style, which offers the following advantages:
Paula selects the APA style, a method followed by many social science periodicals.
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In the third section readers will learn about undertaking actual research and writing with tips for building credibility and for using both MLA and APA style. The fourth section is a handbook that includes easy-to-reference information about punctuation, mechanics, and grammar.
He includes a sample student paper (in APA style), statistical tables, and ways to organize oneself for a presentation.