Can I cite myself in a paper?
If you have made a point or conducted research in one paper that you would like to build on in a later paper, you must cite yourself, just as you would cite the work of others. For another perspective on self-citation, see Matt’s blog post, “The Northwest Passage, or Why You Should Cite Yourself Only Sparingly.”
How do you cite a source in a literature review?
In-text citation rule: For paraphrasing and quotations, always include the author’s last name and the date published. Paraphrases do not have to include page numbers (and some instructors may prefer this method, so check with them). However, in the new edition of the APA Manual, they are recommended.
How do you cite your own experience?
Personal experiences and knowledge generally do not need to be cited in an APA references page or within the body (in-text citation) of your paper. Personal experience and knowledge is part of your voice; it is what you bring to your paper.
How do you reference an article example?
Basic format to reference journal articlesAuthor or authors. The surname is followed by first initials.Year of publication of the article.Article title (in single inverted commas).Journal title (in italics).Volume of journal.Issue number of journal.Page range of article.