On the following page is a list of sources with a variety of errors.
You will need to create a title page with only the following three lines:
Corrected Reference List, Your Name, Your 100W section number TTh – Sec. 3
There are a total of 28 errors. The first error is that the sources are not alphabetized. So that leaves 27 more for you to find. Once you have found them create a new corrected reference list. One of the sources is formatted correctly.
If you make a correction within a source that does not need to be re-formatted, it will not count against you. But it will not be counted as one of the 27 errors.
In addition, you will need to add one additional source. This source is to be a motion picture (or a DVD of a motion picture) of your choice. Place it within the reference list.
I would recommend you use the APA Manual examples (pp. 198-209) as your guide. You should also look at the “APA Citation Examples” link in the “writing links” section of the Modules unit in Canvas.
Anderson, C. A., Gentile, D.A., Buckley, K.E. Violent video game effects on children and adolescents: Theory, research, and public policy. New York: NY: Oxford University Press, Inc.
Ryan, E., Hoerrner, K. (2004). Let your conscious be your guide: Smoking and drinking in Disney’s animated classics. Mass Communication & Society, , 261-278.
Butler, S. (2012, February 13). Building on 50 years of multicultural books. Retrieved September 21, 2012, from Teaching Tolerance website: https://www.tolerance.org/blog/building-
Smith, V. (2010, November/December). Reviewing and religion: The devil’s in the details. Horn Book Magazine, 86(6), 29-34.
Bottomley P., Nairn A., Kasser T., Ferguson Y., Ormrod J. Measuring childhood materialism: Refining and validating Schor’s consumer involvement scale. Psychology & Marketing. July 2010; 27(7):717-740. Retrieved from: PsycINFO.
Lenhart, A., Madden, M., Macgill, A.R., & Smith, A. (2007). Teens and social media. Washington, DC: Pew Internet & American Life Project.
Mesch, G. (2009). Parental Mediation, Online Activities, and Cyberbullying. CyberPsychology
& Behavior, 387-393.
Lillard, A. S., Lerner, M. D., Hopkins, E. J., Dore, R. A., Smith, E. D., & Palmquist, C. M.
(2012). The Impact of Pretend Play on Children’s Development: A Review of the Evidence. Psychological Bulletin, doi:10.1037/a0029321
Coffin, T. E. (1955). Television’s impact on society. American Psychologist, 630-641. doi:10.1037/h0039880
Wood, W., Wong, F. Y., & Chachere, J. (1991). Effects of media violence on viewers’ aggression in unconstrained social interaction. Psychological Bulletin, 109, 371-383. doi: 10.1037/0033-2909.109.3.371
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