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American Psychological Association (APA): Corporate Authorship
When a work is published by a corporation or institution, a typical reference entry should appear as follows:
- Institute of Financial Education. (1982). Managing personal funds. Chicago: Midwestern Publishing.
- University of Minnesota. (1985). Social psychology. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.
Begin with the full name of the corporation or institution. The date of publication follows, in parentheses. The title should be italicized, but only the first word should be capitalized. The place of publication comes next, followed by a colon, then the publisher.
For more specific information, consult the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (Fifth Edition) or see the APA style website.