Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association
The Association, 1983 - Authorship - 208 pages
Rules for manuscript preparation for articles in the field of psychology and other areas, but especially in the 18 American Psychological Association journals. The manual "reflects the maturing of the language of psychology and incorporates current national and international standards of scientific communication." The rules are arranged under 7 sections covering such topics as expression of ideas, typing instructions, and submitting the manuscript. Appendix gives instructions for handling other than journal articles. Index.
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