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    My name is Alright Learner. I am attending a course at ABC University and the title of the course is: PSY8430 - Issues and Trends in Addiction-Related Treatments. I am doing a discussion in Unit 1:Discussion:1. Unit 1 Discussion 1, is titled: Critical Thinking Errors

    I want to what I discuss from a previous discussion. Therefore, I paraphrased the paragraph of what I said from the course assignment to use in another assignment discussion that originated from my Unit 1- Discussion 1 titled: Critical Thinking Errors, so that I can respond to another classmate.

    1). How do I cite myself?

    2). Is one the examples below the correct way to cite myself?

    In-text: (Learner, 2017).

    References:

    Learner, A. (2017). PSY8430 - Issues and trends in addiction-related treatments: Unit 1 discussion 1.ABC University

    Or

    References:

    Learner, A. (2017). PSY8430 - Issues and trends in addiction-related treatments: Unit 1 discussion 1- Critical thinking errors. ABC University

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    Good question. You can cite yourself in text as your example shows: ...

    Solution Summary

    How to cite your previous unpublished work in correct apa formatting.

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