Answered By: Jonathan Faerber Last Updated: Dec 20, 2019 Views: 469
APA 6th and 7th Editions
Your approach to citing the book will depend on whether the book was entirely written by the same author(s) or if the book is a collection of chapters by different authors.
When all the chapters in a book were written by the same author(s), the in-text citations direct readers to the specific locations of paraphrases or quotations, and therefore it's the entire book that is cited in the references, not a specific chapter. See How do I reference a book in APA Style? for information and examples.
If you're working with a book that is comprised of chapters by different authors, each chapter is treated as a separate resource in the references. These books typically list one or more editors to indicate who brought the chapters together to create the book. Please see How do I reference a chapter of an edited book in APA Style? for information and examples.