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Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences: APA Citation Style

American Psychological Association (APA) Citation Style

Print Book 

Citation:

Roth, F. P., & Worthington, C. K. (2016). Treatment resource manual for speech-language pathology (5th ed.).
     Clifton Park, NY: Cengage Learning.

In-Text Reference:

(Roth & Worthington, 2016)

Print Journal Article 

Citation: 

Park, J., Lombardino, L. J., & Ritter, M. (2013). Phonology matters: A comprehensive investigation of reading
     and spelling skills in school-age children with mild to moderate sensorineural hearing loss. American Annals
     of the Deaf,
58(1), 20-40.

In-Text Reference:

(Park, Lombardino, & Ritter, 2013)

Electronic Book  

Citation:

Morere, D. A., & Allen, T. (Eds.). (2012). Assessing literacy in deaf individuals: Neurocognitive measurement and
     predictors
. New York, NY: Springer. Available from link.springer.com. doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-5269-0

In-Text Reference:

(Morere & Allen, eds., 2012)

Journal Article in Electronic Database

Citation:

Goral, M., Levy, E. S., & Kastl, R. (2010). Cross €language treatment generalisation: A case of trilingual aphasia.
     Aphasiology, 24(2), 170-187. doi:10.1080/02687030902958308

In-Text Reference:

(Goral, Levy, & Kastl, 2010)

Web Site

Citation:

Roth, F. P., Paul, D. R., & Pierotti, A. (2006). Emergent literacy: Early reading and writing development.
     Retrieved January 25, 2017, from http://www.asha.org/public/speech/emergent-literacy/

In-Text Reference:

(Roth, Paul, & Pierotti, 2006)

Purdue Univ. Online Writing Lab (OWL) Website

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