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Child Development

Learn how to search for information on Child Development in books and databases. As well as, how to cite your sources.

Owl Purdue Citation Styles

For more information on comparing APA, MLA, and Chicago take a look at this handy Citation Style Chart from OWL Purdue.

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Hanging indent

Citations should be formatted as a "hanging indent", which means that all lines are indented except the first. It looks like this:

Author(s). “Title of Article.” Name of Periodical, vol. ##, no. ##, date published, pp. ##-##. Database Name, DOI.

Below are links to instructions on how to create a hanging indent in Microsoft Word and Google Docs

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