Throughout the Publication Manual we mentioned the wealth of materials available on the APA Style website. Here we present of all the manual’s supplemental resources and organize them by chapter as an easily navigable guide to content that will make your paper more accurate, accessible, and inclusive.
The links on this page will take you to samples of professional and student papers, bias-free language, table and figures, reference entries, and cover letters and response to reviewers for manuscript submission. Additional information describes how to use journal article reporting standards (JARS), historical context in quotation, and accessible color, headings, URLs, and typography.
Chapter 2: Paper Elements and Format
Chapter 3: Journal Article Reporting Standards
Chapter 5: Bias-Free Language Guidelines
Examples of bias-free language to use when writing about
Chapter 7: Tables and Figures
Chapter 10: Reference Examples
- Accessible use of URLs in reference entries
- Archival documents and collections
- Supplemental reference examples (retracted article, religious work, edition of DSM and ICD)