An abstract is a single paragraph, without indentation, that summarizes the key points of the manuscript in 150 to 250 words. For simpler papers in Paul Rose’s classes, a somewhat shorter abstract is fine. The purpose of the abstract is to provide the reader with a brief overview of the paper. When in doubt about a rule, check the sixth edition APA manual rather than relying on this template. (I prefer only one space after a period, but two spaces are suggested by the sixth-edition APA manual at the top of page 88. ) This document has a history that compels me to give credit where it’s due.
Many years ago I downloaded a fifth-edition template from an unspecified author’s web site at Northcentral University. I modified the template extensively and repeatedly for my own purposes and in the early years I shared my highly-modified templates only with my own students. By now, I have edited this document so many times in so many ways that the current template bears virtually no similarity to the old Northcentral document. I want to be clear, however, that I am in debt to an unknown author who spared me the inconvenience of having to create my own templates from scratch.
Keywords: writing, template, sixth, edition, APA format, self-discipline, is, very, good Title of Paper Gets Repeated Here Exactly As It Appears On Title Page This is where the body of your paper begins. Note that the title of your paper appears at the top of your introduction even though other sections begin with headings like “Method”, “Results” and so on. The rest of the text in this template provides hints about properly generating the parts of your APA-formatted paper.
The major components of your paper (abstract, body, references, etc. each begin on a new page. These components begin with centered headings at the top of the first page. (You can see how major components of text get divided in this freely available sample document: http://www. apastyle. org/manual/related/sample-experiment-paper-1. pdf ). Some papers have multiple studies in them so the body could have multiple sections and subsections within it. Sections can have subsections with headings. For example, a Method section might have are examples.
University/College: University of Chicago
Type of paper: Thesis/Dissertation Chapter
Date: 28 September 2016