When directly quoting information from a resource, you must include a page number, paragraph number, or heading in your in-text citation. If you are paraphrasing from a large document or book, it is recommended that you include a page number, paragraph number, or heading. When referring to a resource broadly, you are not required to include page/paragraph numbers or headings.
(Smith, 2018, p. 20)
In his latest work, Smith (2018) suggests that children do not respond to time-out methods of discipline (pp.10,12).
(Smith, 2018, para. 3)
In his latest work, Smith (2018) revealed that "over the past 10 years, children have stopped responding to traditional methods of discipline" ("Methods of Discipline" section).
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