This guide was created for Prof. Talbot's MUS_CLAS 149 by Clint Baugess, Fall 2020.
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For more detail on listing authors in your reference section, refer to the APA manual.
In-text citations for multiple authors can get confusing, the Purdue OWL breaks provides clear examples of what to do with 1, 2, or 3 or more authors when you're citing them in text.