Answered By: Theresa Bell Last Updated: Jul 17, 2018 Views: 3893
Cite quotations or paraphrases from the resource you located via the search (e.g., journal article, ebook), not the search itself. The only exception might be if you're reporting on how many items came up in the search, in which case you could simply describe your method e.g., a Google Scholar search of X resulted in 13,000 results.
For more information, please see "How Do I Cite a Search in APA Style?" from the APA Style Blog.