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Use three dots—called points of
ellipsis—to show
a) that you have omitted words from
a quotation.
b) that you are quoting your source directly.
c) where you have paraphrased.
d) where you have summarized.
When you quote the exact words
of a source, you must
a) use commas
b) use ellipses
c) use a colon or semicolon
d) put them in quotation marks
When should you use direct quotations?
a) When you cannot express the ideas better
yourself.
b) When the language of the original source is
especially vivid.
c) When the language of the original source is
especially powerful.
d) All of these are correct.
Why should you summarize?
a) So your paper doesn’t turn into a string
of quotations.
b) Because summarizing is more effective
than paraphrasing.
c) Primary sources are hard to understand
without summary
d) none of these is correct
Select the correct citation.
a) Hollingshead measured aggressiveness
in children before and after exposure to
violent videogames (2002, p. 15).
b) Hollingshead (2002) measured
aggressiveness in children before and
after exposure to violent videogames.
c)
Hollingshead measured aggressiveness
in children before and after exposure to
violent videogames (2002, 15).
a)
Hollingshead (2002) stated that “ measured
aggressiveness in children before and after
exposure to violent videogames” (15).
b)
Hollingshead stated (2002) “measured
aggressiveness in children before and after
exposure to violent videogames” (p.15).
c)
Hollingshead stated “ measured
aggressiveness in children before and after
exposure to violent videogames” (2002, p.15).
Select the correct citation.
a) Neither group showed any significant growth
(Wong and Tuttle 2005).
b) Neither group showed any significant growth
(Wong & Tuttle, 2005).
c) Neither group showed any significant growth
(Wong and Tuttle, 2005).
Select the correct citation.
a) Duffy & Petronius (2002) found that none
of the subjects showed improvement
(p.23).
b) Duffy and Petronius (2002)found that none
of the subjects showed improvement (23).
c) Duffy & Petronius (2002) found that none
of the subjects showed improvement
(pg.23).
Assume the three studies were done in 1998 and
each was published separately that year.
a) Boyle (1998, 1998, 1998) found in three separate
studies that the rats had higher stress hormone
levels after exposure.
b) Boyle (1998a, 1998b, 1998c) found in three
separate studies that the rats had higher stress
hormone levels after exposure.
c) Boyle (1998) found in three separate studies
that the rats had higher stress hormone levels
after exposure.
Select the correct citation.
a) Parker (2003) found that there was no
significant difference between the treatment
group and the control group.
b) Parker (2003) found that there was no
significant difference between the treatment
group and the control group (p. 12).
c) Parker found that there was no significant
difference between the treatment group and
the control group (2003, p. 12).
When the reference has unknown
author.
(A)
If the work does not have an author, cite the source by its
title in the signal phrase or use the first word or two in the
parentheses.
A similar study was done of students learning to format
research papers ("Using APA," 2001).
(B)
If the work does not have an author, cite the source by its
title and include “N/A”.
A similar study was done of students learning to format
research paper (“Using APA, “N/A”, 2001).
Which citation is correct for
direct quotation
a) “APA is fun” (Smith, 2003, 28).
b) “APA is fun” (Smith, 2003, pg. 28).
c) “APA is fun” (Smith, 2003, p. 28).
To include all research sources
at the end of your paper
which criteria using APA style is incorrect?
a) is labeled References (centered)
b) is labeled Works Cited Page
c) is in alphabetical order
d) is double spaced
e) uses a hanging indent
Electronic Sources
(A)
If possible, cite an electronic document the same as
any other document by using the author-date style.
Kenneth (2000) explained...
(B)
If possible, cite an electronic document by using the
URL address and year
Kenneth (www.apastyle.com, 2001) explained…
When electronic sources lack
page numbers
When an electronic document has numbered
paragraphs, use the abbreviation
a) "para." followed by the paragraph number
(Hall, 2001, para. 3)
b) “par.” followed by the paragraph number
(Hall, 2001, par. 3)
Never use the page numbers of
Web pages you print out;
different computers print Web
pages with different pagination.
.
A) True
B) False
In-Text Citation - End of paraphrased sentence, in
which you convey the author's ideas in your own
words
Two or More Works in the Same Parentheses:
When your parenthetical citation includes two or
more works, which is correct:
(A) (Berndt, 2002; Harlow, 1983)
(B) (Berndt &Harlow, 2002, 1983)
Author and year in signal, page in citation –
which citation is incorrect?
a) In 1985, Krepp reported that . . . (p. 103).
b) Krepp (1985) tells us that . . . (p. 103).
c) According to Krepp (1985), ". . ." (p. 103).
d) Krepp (1985, p.103) discusses……
If source has unnamed author….which is
correct?
a) Use first key word from the title and place
quotations “Title”.
b) Do not include any information – just the
year of publication…(1998).
c) Use the entire name of title
(Name of entire title of article or book)
If an in-text reference has 3-5 authors,
select the correct format.
a) Scott et al. (1990) reported that
b) Scott, Smith, Jones, Harriet, McBride
Thomson (1990) reported that
c) Scott et (6) reported that…..(1990).
Six or More Authors:
(A) Harris et al. (2001) argued...
(Harris et al., 2001)
(B)Harris, Barker, Jones, Hill,
Smith & Notes. (2001) argued...
Smith has written an entire book on
how much she enjoys using APA
format. Which in-text is incorrect?
a) Smith (2003) explains that APA
is fun.
b) APA is fun (Smith, 2003).
c) APA is fun (Smith 34).
Is copying just a sentence or
two without crediting a source
plagiarism?
A) Yes
B) No
Do you need to give a source for
commonly known facts such as the
world historic dates or events?
A) Yes
B) No
Is it plagiarism to cite your own
work? In other words, can you
submit the same paper your wrote in
one course and then submit it in
another course?
A) Yes
B) No
My friend gave me permission to use his
paper. Is this considered plagiarism even
if I got permission from my friend?
A) Yes
B) No
To avoid plagiarizing, you should:
a) Give proper attribution to all sources, and know how
to quote correctly.
b) When paraphrasing, rewrite statements completely in
your own words.
c) Proofread carefully.
d) All of the above.
If I change the words and put
them into my own words, do I
still need to cite the source?
A) Yes
B) No
When is it plagiarism?
a) You are discussing your own
experiences, observations, or reactions
b) Compiling the results of your original
research, from science experiments, etc.
c) You are using common knowledge
d) You are using a previous assignment
from another class
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If you are reproducing a graphic, chart, or table, from some
other source, you must provide a special note at the bottom of
the item that includes copyright information. You should also
submit written permission along with your work.
(A) Begin the citation with “Note.”
Ex: Note. From “Title of the article,” by W. Jones and R. Smith, 2007, Journal
Title, 21, p. 122. Copyright 2007 by Copyright Holder. Reprinted with permission.
(B) Begin the citation with “Title of Article
and author and year”
Ex. “Title of the article,” by W. Jones and R. Smith, 2007, Journal
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