Through this site, users can download the two open-access APA Style JARS articles as well as an editorial introducing the updated standards written by Anne E. Users can also find an APA Style JARS informational video, information on the history of reporting standards at the APA, frequently asked questions, and user-friendly printable checklists corresponding to each of the 15 APA Style JARS tables, adapted from the articles.
The APA Style JARS articles and companion site serve as tools to help students, researchers, and educators throughout the research process, enabling authors to more thoroughly and accurately communicate their research, and in turn, providing readers with information that is more accessible and easily understood.
The author note is where information about the author's departmental affiliation is stated, or acknowledgements of assistance or financial support are made, as well as the mailing address for future correspondence.
The Abstract of your paper contains a brief summary of the entirety of your research paper.
As mentioned earlier, your title page will serve as your Page 1. If it requires more than one line, please be reminded to double-space between all lines.
Your name appears double-spaced as well, below the paper title.
It states the author/s of the source, the material's year of publication, the name or title of the source material, as well as its electronic retrieval information, if these were gathered from the Internet.
The Appendix is where unpublished tests or other descriptions of complex equipment or stimulus materials are presented.
It’s helpful to break down the paper into smaller sections and tackle each section in turn.
Reading published papers that are similar to yours will likewise give you some insight into the correct layout.