If your institution requires that you format your dissertation according to APA style, your APA manual is about to become an invaluable resource for you as you try to navigate an overwhelming number of style specifications.
Keep in mind that your institution may also have its own template, style guide, or dissertation format document that you must adhere to in tandem with the APA manual.
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Your appendices will follow your reference list, if applicable.
If you have only one appendix, title it “Appendix” (top of the page, centered, not bolded, or in quotation marks).
Follow APA’s rules for organizational headings: your top-level headings (most likely the chapters in your dissertation) are centered, bolded, and in title case.
Second level headings are left-aligned, bolded, and in title case.
Starting on a new page, begin your reference page with “References” (centered, not bolded, italicized, underlined, or in quotation marks).
Organize your reference list alphabetically by author’s last name.