Answered By: Desk Librarian
Last Updated: Jul 09, 2015     Views: 5

Hi Ashley. I sure can. Parenthetical citations can sometimes be a little confusing. Even with the APA manual sitting next to you, you still might not feel confident.

My advice to you--if you have not already done so--is to check the Purdue Owl online website to check your work. There is a link to it under frequently used resources on the library's home page. I will provide you the link to the exact page for APA parenthetical citations here:

https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/02/

If you scroll down to the bottom, they have provided a working example for you to follow. THis site is probably one of the most reliable and updated sources following the APA guidelines.

Email us back, chat with us or stop by if you have further questions,

Stacey

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