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Reference guide for APA 7th edition

Reference guide for APA 7th edition intended for students at the department of Biology and CEC, Lund University. NB! If you access the guide using a smartphone, please note that the text will open below the menu.

Stand-alone works

Stand-alone works

The instructions in this section concern references to stand-alone audiovisual works, i.e. works that are not part of a series. If the work has been accessed online, include the URL of the website. 

Do not forget to consult the general instructions on how to write references according to APA (7th edition), including how to write in-text references and construct a reference list, the number of authors to be included, how to write references to two or more works within the same parenthesis, what to do if you have several references with the same author and publication date, how you cite specific parts of works, how to handle incomplete reference information (e.g. missing author information or no publication date), and when/how to use acronyms.

Template
Creator, A. A. (Role), & Creator, B. B. (Role). (YYYY, Month DD). Title of work [Description]. Publisher. URL

Examples:

In-text reference  

(Al-Khalili, 2011-present)            

(Gertten, 2009)

(Streicker, 2018)

In a podcast series by Al-Khalili (2011-present)...

Gertten (2009) interviewed...

This was discussed by Streicker (2018)...

Reference list

Al-Khalili, J. (Host). (2011-present). The life scientific [Audio podcast]. BBC. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b015sqc7/episodes/downloads

Gertten, F. (Director). (2009). Bananas!* [Film]. WG Film AB.

Streicker, D. (2018, November). What vaccinating vampire bats can teach us about pandemics [Video]. TEDMED. https://www.ted.com/talks/daniel_streicker_what_vaccinating_vampire_bats_can_teach_us_about_pandemics