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THE ANNOTATED
BIBLIOGRAPHY
Citing in APA Format
Sci 2/90 Fall 14
What is an Annotated Bibliography?
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An annotated bibliography is an alphabetical listing of
research sources accompanied by a narrative that summarizes
and/or evaluates the research source.
The bibliography is a listing of the research sources which
includes books, scholarly articles, magazines, websites, etc.
The annotation is a narrative description, evaluation, or
summary of the research source.
The purpose of the annotation is to provide information about
the quality, authority, and relevance of the research source.
Example of an Annotated Bib entry
Pierceall, E. A., & Keim, M. C. (2007). Stress and coping strategies among
community college students. Community College Journal of Research &
Practice, 31(9), 701-712. doi: 10.1080/10668920600866579
The purpose of this study was to see to what degree of stress students had and to
find out how each of those students coped with the stress. In this study, two
hundred and twelve students in psychology classes from community colleges in
Southern Illinois were studied. All the students were given the perceived stress
scale and a demographic survey in which they would rate on a scale how high or
low they felt each question applied. They did conclude that women have higher
levels …
Writing the Annotation
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Annotation is generally a paragraph in length
Written in the past tense
Quotes from the journal articles are properly cited
Written using complete sentences
Citation and annotation are double spaced
Annotated Bibliography Assign #1
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Create an Annotated Bibliography from a review
of 4 journal articles
Journal articles must be from scholarly, peer
reviewed sources
Must be written in APA format (APA 6th Edition)
Copy of the 1st page of each article must be
submitted as part of assignment
Topics for Annotated Bib Assign #1
#1 The psychological effects of stress on
college students
#2 The physical effects of stress on the body
#3 The importance of rest and diet in the lives
of college students
#4 Healthy positive ways college students
cope with stress
#5 Negative behaviors as a way to dealing
with stress in the lives of college students
What to cover in Annotated Bib #1
For the purpose of this annotated bibliography assignment, you
are to provide specific information about the research
discussed in the peer reviewed journal articles. In writing the
annotation you must answer the following questions:
 What was the purpose of the study?
 Who were the subjects studied?
 What was the number of subjects in the study?
 What transpired in the study?
 What were the results (findings) and conclusions of the
study?
 How is this study relevant to your transition to SJSU?
APA Format
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Citing Articles in Periodicals
Author, W. S., & Author, B. C. (Year). Title of the
article. Title of the Journal, volume number(issue number),
pages.
Todd, J., & Mullan, B. (2014). The role of self-monitoring and
response inhibition in improving sleep behaviours. International
Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 21(3), 470-477.
APA Format: General Rules
Every line after the first line of the citation should
be indented one-half inch from the left margin 5
to 7 spaces; this indentation is called a hanging
indent.
Author, W. L., Author, H. C., & Author, M. A.
(Year). Title of the article. Title of the Journal,
volume number(issue number), pages.
Citing Authors in Periodicals
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The author’s names are listed starting with the last
name first (spelled out) followed by the initials of
their first and middle names. Notice authors are not
listed in alpha order; they are listed as they appear
in journal article.
Deckro, G. R., Ballinger, K. M., Hoyt, M., Wilcher, M.,
Citing Authors in Periodicals
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The “and” sign, &, (ampersand) is used before the
last author is listed in the citation, except when there
are 7 or more authors.
Todd, J., & Mullan, B.
Mann, J. R., Hunt, M. D., & Alford, J. G.
Citing Authors in Periodicals
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If an article has more than 7 authors, list the first six
authors and then use 3 periods (…) after the 6th
author’s name (the periods are also known as
ellipses). After the 3 periods (ellipses) list the last
author’s name.
Deckro, G. R., Ballinger, K. M., Hoyt, M., Wilcher,
M., Dusek, J., Myers, P., . . . Benson, H. (2002).
Rules for citing in Periodicals
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The title of article is listed in sentence-case format,
where only the first letter of the first word of the
title is capitalized, except proper nouns and the first
letter of the word after a colon or dash. A period is
placed at the end of the title.
Predicting psychological distress in college students:
The role of rumination and stress.
Rules for citing in Periodicals
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The journal title is then listed in title case,
where the first letter of each word is
capitalized; the journal title is also italicized
and followed by a comma.
Journal of Clinical Psychology,
Rules for citing in Periodicals
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Listed next is the article volume number, which is also
italicized, and issue number (not italicized), in
parentheses, followed by a comma and the page
numbers
61(4), 447-460.
volume number(issue number), pages
APA: Citing from Online Sources
Same rules apply as those for printed journal articles, however
the location of the article must be included in the citation
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Two ways to identify location of online sources:
 DOI – digital object identifier, a permanent location
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URL – Uniform Resource Locator, the general website
location
If no DOI, use URL
APA: Citing Online Sources
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Article with DOI:
Boujot, E., & Bruchon-Schweitzer, M. (2009). A
construction and validation of a freshman stress
questionnaire: An exploratory study.
Psychological Reports, 104(2), 680-692. doi:
10.2466/PRO.104.2.680-692
APA: Citing Online Sources
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Article without DOI using the URL:
Deckro, G. R., Ballinger, K. M., Hoyt, M., Wilcher, M.,
Dusek, J., Myers, P., . . . Benson, H. (2002). The
evaluation of a mind/body intervention to reduce
psychological distress and perceived stress in
college students. Journal of America College Health,
50(6), 281-289. Retrieved from
http://libaccess.sjlibrary.org/login?url=http:/
/search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx
?direct=true&db=aph&AN=6707180&site=ehost-live
Sci 2 Annotated Bib Grading Rubric
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Total - 150 points
Following directions 20% = 30 points
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point font, margins, names, identified topics, etc.
Proper APA Citations & APA Rules 30% = 45 points
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hanging indent, capitalization, italics, order of
elements, commas, periods, spacing, etc.
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Annotation 50% = 75 points
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answered the 6 questions, quality of analysis,
proper grammar, punctuation, etc.
Sci 90 Annotated Bib Grading Rubric
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Total - 200 points
Following directions 15% = 30 points
 e.g.,12
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point font, margins, names, identified topics, etc.
Proper APA Citations & APA Rules 35% = 70 points
 e.g.,
hanging indent, capitalization, italics, order of
elements, commas, periods, spacing, etc.
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Annotation 50% = 100 points
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answered the 6 questions, quality of analysis,
proper grammar, punctuation, etc.
Resource Website for APA Style
Use this website for looking up how to write the
annotated bibliography and all things APA:
Online Writing Lab at Purdue University
http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/

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