When you quote or paraphrase the idea of another person in your research paper or speech, you must provide a proper citation for the source. These citations:
give credit to the author
enable others to locate the source that you cited
improve the credibility of your work, especially if you cited authoritative sources
This journal article citation is in APA 7th edition format and features most common citation components.
This journal article citation is in APA 7th edition. This example shows how to format a citation if components of the citation are missing. This journal does not use volume number, issue number, or page numbers.
Many databases include a feature to generate citations. Below is an example from PubMed:
Be careful - these generators often make mistakes!
Always compare it to the style template and fix the errors.
Do you notice any errors in the example image above?
(Hint: the formatting of the article title and journal title are incorrect)
Here is the corrected citation based on the APA style for a journal article with a doi:
Keteyian, S. J., Ehrman, J. K., Fuller, B., & Pack, Q. R. (2019). Exercise testing and exercise
rehabilitation for patients with atrial fibrillation. Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation
and Prevention, 39(2), 65–72. https://doi.org/10.1097/HCR.0000000000000423