Usage Guidelines for Information Found at PBIC Web Sites

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Citing PBIC Information:

You are requested to cite the source when using information taken from the PBIC website, in order to give due credit to PBIC and to protect the integrity of your own work. Because information found on the PBIC web site is subject to change, you are advised to include the date when you found and copied or downloaded any information you may use.


Author name. (2007). Title of work.
Retrieved month/day/year
from /path to document/file name

For additional guidance on how to cite electronic references, we suggest that you consult the American Psychological Association online style guide for citing electronic media and URLs. *
*Used with permission