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There are certain things to keep in mind when writing an author's name according to APA style.
An item that you use may have an editor instead of an author.
Earp, V. J. (one author)
Earp, V. J., & Earp, P. W. (two authors)
Loos, M., Staal, J., Schoffelmeer, A. N. M., Smit, A. B., Spijker, S., & Pattij, T. (6 authors)
Hosni, K., Zahed, N., Chrif, R., Abid, I., Medfei, W., Kallel, M.,...Sebei, H. (more than 7 authors)
United State Department of Education (organization as author)
Barr, M. J. (Ed.). (1 editor)
Powell, R. R., & Westbrook, L. (Eds.). (2 editors)
There are certain things to keep in mind when writing a title according to APA style.
Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (book title, American Psychological Association is proper noun so it is capitalized)
Toward assessment of teachers' receptivity to change in Singapore: A case study (chapter title, Singapore is a proper noun and A is the first word of the sub-title so they are capitalized)
It's not just notation: Valuing children's notations (article title, Valuing is the first word of a sub-title so it is capitalized)
Teaching Children Mathematics (journal title)
The Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (journal title, notice the common words are not capitalized)