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Below the title are the authors’ names and, on the next line, their institutional affiliation—the university or other institution where the authors worked when they conducted the research.
As we have already seen, the authors are listed in an order that reflects their contribution to the research.
The whole text should be typed flush-left with each paragraph's first line indented 5-7 spaces from the left. Text Citations are important to avoid issues of plagiarism.
When documenting source materials, the author/s and date/s of the sources should be cited within the body of the paper.
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In this section, we look at how to write an APA-style empirical research report, an article that presents the results of one or more new studies.
As mentioned earlier, your title page will serve as your Page 1. If it requires more than one line, please be reminded to double-space between all lines.
Your name appears double-spaced as well, below the paper title.