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Bibliografická citace

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Sixth edition
Washington : American Psychological Association, [2010]
xviii, 272 stran : ilustrace ; 26 cm

objednat
ISBN 978-1-4338-0561-5 (brožováno) ISBN !1-4338-0561-8 (chyb.)
Obsahuje bibliografii na straně 255-257, bibliografické odkazy a rejstřík
Popsáno dle 6. dotisku vydaného v roce 2012
001417836
List of Tables and Figures xi // Foreword xiii // Preface xv // Editorial Staff xvii // Introduction 3 // Organization of the Sixth Edition 4 // Specific Changes in the Sixth Edition 4 // How to Use the Publication Manual 6 // 1. Writing for the Behavioral and Social Sciences 9 // Types of Articles 9 // 1.01 Empirical Studies 10 // 1.02 Literature Reviews 10 // 1.03 Theoretical Articles 10 // 1.04 Methodological Articles 10 // 1.05 Case Studies 11 // 1.06 Other Types of Articles 7 7 Ethical and Legal Standards in Publishing 7 7 Ensuring the Accuracy of Scientific Knowledge 12 // 1.07 Ethical Reporting of Research Results 12 // 1.08 Data Retention and Sharing 72 // 1.09 Duplicate and Piecemeal Publication of Data 13 // 1.10 Plagiarism and Self-Plagiarism 75 // Protecting the Rights and Welfare of Research Participants 16 // 1.11 Rights and Confidentiality of Research Participants 16 // 1.12 Conflict of Interest 77 // CONTENTS // vi // Protecting Intellectual Property Rights 18 // 1.13 Publication Credit 18 // 1.14 Reviewers 19 // 1.15 Author’s Copyright on an Unpublished Manuscript 19 // 1.16 Planning for Ethical Compliance 20 // 2. Manuscript Structure and Content 2i // Journal Article Reporting Standards 21 Manuscript Elements 23 // 2.01 Title 23 // 2.02 Author’s Name (Byline) and Institutional Affiliation 23 // 2.03 Author Note 24 // 2.04 Abstract 25 // 2.05 Introduction 27 // 2.06 Method 29 // 2.07 Results 32 // 2.08 Discussion 35 // 2.09 Multiple Experiments 36 // 2.10 Meta-Analyses 36 // 2.11 References 37 // 2.12 Footnotes 37 // 2.13 Appendices and Supplemental Materials 38 // Sample Papers 40 // 3. Writing Clearly and Concisely 6i // Organization 61 // 3.01 Length 61 // 3.02 Organizing a Manuscript With Headings 62 // 3.03 Levels of Heading 62 // 3.04 Seriation 63 // Writing Style 65 // 3.05 Continuity in Presentation of Ideas 65 // 3.06 Smoothness of Expression 65 // 3.07 Tone 66 //
3.08 Economy of Expression 67 // 3.09 Precision and Clarity 68 // 3.10 Linguistic Devices 70 // 3.11 Strategies to Improve Writing Style 70 Reducing Bias in Language 70 // General Guidelines for Reducing Bias 77 // Guideline 1: Describe at the Appropriate Level of Specificity 77 Guideline 2: Be Sensitive to Labels 72 Guideline 3: Acknowledge Participation 73 Reducing Bias by Topic 73 // 3.12 Gender 73 // 3.13 Sexual Orientation 74 // 3.14 Racial and Ethnic Identity 75 // CONTENTS // 3.15 Disabilities 76 // 3.16 Age 76 // 3.17 Historical and Interpretive Inaccuracies 76 // Grammar and Usage 77 // 3.18 Verbs 77 // 3.19 Agreement of Subject and Verb 78 // 3.20 Pronouns 79 // 3.21 Misplaced and Dangling Modifiers and Use of Adverbs 87 // 3.22 Relative Pronouns and Subordinate Conjunctions 83 // 3.23 Parallel Construction 84 // 4. The Mechanics of Style 87 // Punctuation 87 // 4.01 Spacing After Punctuation Marks 87 // 4.02 Period 88 // 4.03 Comma 88 // 4.04 Semicolon 89 // 4.05 Colon 90 // 4.06 Dash 90 // 4.07 Quotation Marks 91 // 4.08 Double or Single Quotation Marks 92 // 4.09 Parentheses 93 // 4.10 Brackets 94 // 4.11 Slash 95 Spelling 96 // 4.12 Preferred Spelling 96 // 4.13 Hyphenation 97 // Capitalization 101 // 4.14 Words Beginning a Sentence 101 // 4.15 Major Words in Titles and Headings 101 // 4.16 Proper Nouns and Trade Names 102 // 4.17 Nouns Followed by Numerals or Letters 103 // 4.18 Titles of Tests 103 // 4.19 Names of Conditions or Groups in an Experiment 104 // 4.20 Names of Factors, Variables, and Effects 104 // Italics 104 // 4.21 Use of Italics 104 Abbreviations 106 // 4.22 Use of Abbreviations 106 // 4.23 Explanation of Abbreviations 107 // 4.24 Abbreviations Accepted as Words 107 // 4.25 Abbreviations Used Often in APA Journals 108 // 4.26 Latin Abbreviations 108 // 4.27 Scientific Abbreviations 108 // 4.28 Other Abbreviations 710 // 4.29 Plurals of Abbreviations 710 //
4.30 Abbreviations Beginning a Sentence 777 // Numbers 777 // 4.31 Numbers Expressed in Numerals 77 7 // 4.32 Numbers Expressed in Words 7 72 // 4.33 Combining Numerals and Words to Express Numbers 7 72 // 4.34 Ordinal Numbers 713 // 4.35 Decimal Fractions 713 // 4.36 Roman Numerals 7 74 // 4.37 Commas in Numbers 774 // 4.38 Plurals of Numbers 7 74 Metrication 7 74 // 4.39 Policy on Metrication 7 74 // 4.40 Style for Metric Units 715 Statistical and Mathematical Copy 716 // 4.41 Selecting Effective Presentation 7 76 // 4.42 References for Statistics 7 76 // 4.43 Formulas 7 76 // 4.44 Statistics in Text 7 76 // 4.45 Statistical Symbols 7 77 // 4.46 Spacing, Alignment, and Punctuation 7 78 Equations 123 // 4.47 Equations in Text 123 // 4.48 Displayed Equations 123 // 4.49 Preparing Statistical and Mathematical Copy 724 // 5. Displaying Results 125 // General Guidance on Tables and Figures 125 // 5.01 Purposes of Data Displays 725 // 5.02 Design and Preparation of a Data Display 726 // 5.03 Graphical Versus Textual Presentation 726 // 5.04 Formatting Tables and Figures 727 // 5.05 Table and Figure Numbers 727 // 5.06 Permission to Reproduce Data Displays 728 Tables 728 // 5.07 Conciseness in Tables 728 // 5.08 Table Layout 728 // 5.09 Standard Forms 129 // 5.10 Relation of Tables and Text 130 // 5.11 Relation Between Tables 130 // 5.12 Table Titles 133 // 5.13 Table Headings 133 // 5.14 Table Body 137 // 5.15 Confidence Intervals in Tables 138 // 5.16 Table Notes 138 // 5.17 Ruling of Tables 747 // 5.18 Presenting Data in Specific Types of Tables 747 // 5.19 Table Checklist 150 // Figures 150 // 5.20 Principles of Figure Use and Construction 150 // 5.21 Types of Figures 757 // 5.22 Standards for Figures 752 // 5.23 Figure Legends and Captions 158 // 5.24 Planning Figures 767 // 5.25 Preparation of Figures 767 // Presenting Electrophysiological, Radiological, and Other Biological Data 767 //
5.26 Electrophysiological Data 762 // 5.27 Radiological (Imaging) Data 762 // 5.28 Genetic Data 765 // 5.29 Photographs 765 // 5.30 Figure Checklist 767 // 6. Crediting Sources 169 // When to Cite 169 // 6.01 Plagiarism 770 // 6.02 Self-Plagiarism 770 Quoting and Paraphrasing 770 // 6.03 Direct Quotation of Sources 770 // 6.04 Paraphrasing Material 777 // 6.05 Direct Quotations of Online Material Without Pagination 777 // 6.06 Accuracy of Quotations 772 // 6.07 Changes From the Source Requiring No Explanation 772 // 6.08 Changes From the Source Requiring Explanation 772 // 6.09 Citations Within Quotations 173 // 6.10 Permission to Quote, Reprint, or Adapt 173 Citing References in Text 774 // 6.11 One Work by One Author 774 // 6.12 One Work by Multiple Authors 775 // 6.13 Groups as Authors 776 // 6.14 Authors With the Same Surname 776 // 6.15 Works With No Identified Author or With an Anonymous Author 776 // 6.16 Two or More Works Within the Same Parentheses 777 // 6.17 Secondary Sources 178 // 6.18 Classical Works 178 // 6.19 Citing Specific Parts of a Source 179 // 6.20 Personal Communications 179 // 6.21 Citations in Parenthetical Material 179 Reference List 180 // 6.22 Construction of an Accurate and Complete Reference List 180 // 6.23 Consistency 181 // 6.24 Using the Archival Copy or Version of Record 181 // 6.25 Order of References in the Reference List 181 // 6.26 References Included in a Meta-Analysis 183 Reference Components 183 // 6.27 Author and Editor Information 184 // 6.28 Publication Date 185 // 6.29 Title 185 // 6.30 Publication Information 186 // 6.31 Electronic Sources and Locator Information 187 // 6.32 Providing Publication Data for Electronic Sources 189 //
7. Reference Examples 193 // Types and Variations 193 Examples by Type 198 // 7.01 Periodicals 198 // 7.02 Books, Reference Books, and Book Chapters 202 // 7.03 Technical and Research Reports 205 // 7.04 Meetings and Symposia 206 // 7.05 Doctoral Dissertations and Master’s Theses 207 // 7.06 Reviews and Peer Commentary 208 // 7.07 Audiovisual Media 209 // 7.08 Data Sets, Software, Measurement Instruments, and Apparatus 210 // 7.09 Unpublished and Informally Published Works 211 // 7.10 Archival Documents and Collections 212 // 7.11 Internet Message Boards, Electronic Mailing Lists, and Other Online Communities 214 // Appendix 7.1: References to Legal Materials 216 // A7.01 General Forms 216 // A7.02 Text Citations of Legal Materials 217 // A7.03 Court Decisions (Bluebook Rule 10) 217 // A7.04 Statutes (Bluebook Rule 12) 219 // A7.05 Legislative Materials (Bluebook Rule 13) 221 // A7.06 Administrative and Executive Materials (Bluebook Rule 14) 223 // A7.07 Patents 224 // 8. The Publication Process 225 // Editorial Process 225 // 8.01 Peer Review 225 // 8.02 Manuscript Acceptance or Rejection 226 Author Responsibilities 228 // 8.03 Preparing the Manuscript for Submission 228 // 8.04 Complying With Ethical, Legal, and Policy Requirements 231 // 8.05 Publisher Policy Requirements 236 // 8.06 Working With the Publisher When the Manuscript Has Been Accepted 239 // 8.07 Checklist for Manuscript Submission 240 // Appendix: Journal Article Reporting Standards (JARS), Meta-Analysis Reporting Standards (MARS), and Flow of Participants Through Each Stage of an Experiment or Quasi-Experiment 245 // References 255 // Index 259

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