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APA QUIZ 1

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  • Q1

    What does the abbreviation APA stand for?

    American Psychological Association

    Australian Publication Association

    Avoid Plagiarism Association

    Anti Plagiarism Association

    30s
  • Q2

    Entries in a Reference List should be placed in alphabetical order.

    False

    True

    30s
  • Q3

    In APA referencing what does the abbreviation pp. stand for?

    paragraph

    paper

    pages

    page

    45s
  • Q4

    You use a quotation from a book in your assignment. How would you write the in-text citation?

    author, title

    author, year

    author, page number

    author, year, page number

    60s
  • Q5

    Statistics are an example of common or general knowledge. So, no need to cite and reference information.

    True

    False

    20s
  • Q6

    You are referencing a website, which part of the reference goes first?

    year

    title of website

    author/sponsor/organisation

    URL

    45s
  • Q7

    The growth of the internet is rapidly changing the way individuals shop. (Brohan, 2007).

     The referencing format is correct.

     The referencing format is correct.

     There is no need to reference this statement.

     There should be no full stop after the word ‘shop’.

    45s
  • Q8

    A recent report identified that most shoppers occasionally engage in impulse buying (Welles, 1986, p. 125)

     The sentence is missing (‘’) .

     The referencing format is correct.

     There is no need to reference this statement.

    45s
  • Q9

    Look at the following referencing and identify the correct answer (this is a web article). Atherton, J. S. (2005). Learning and teaching: cognitive theories of learning. Retrieved from http://www.learningandteaching.info/learning /cognitive.htm

    An access date is required.

     The wrong element is in italics.

     The referencing format is correct.

    45s
  • Q10

    Look at the following referencing and identify the correct answer (this is a journal article). Mostrom, A. M., & Blumberg, P. (2012). Does learning-centred teaching promote grade improvement? Innovative Higher Education, 37(5), 397-405.

     The wrong element is in italics.

     The referencing format is correct.

     A location is required.

    60s

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