Sample Article Template
Spelling Principles and Formatting Features
Bibliography Writing Rules
While presenting the references in the bibliography, they should be given in accordance with APA 7 (American Psychological Association) standards. For in-text references and citations, the principles and procedures of citing Turkish references for the full text in Turkish, and the procedures and principles of citing references in English for the English full text should be taken into account. See the Spelling Guide for detailed information.
The font should be Palatino Linotype, 11 points, and 6nk (single line spacing) before and after the line spacing. The indent should be 0.5 cm hanging from the left. Writing examples are given below:
Single-author article in periodicals:
Balkıs, M. (2007). The relationship between teacher candidates' procrastination in their behavior and their decision-making styles. Pamukkale University Faculty of Education Journal, 1 (21), 67-83.
Kagitcibasi, C. (1996). The autonomous-relational self: A new synthesis. European Psychologist, 1(3), 180-186. doi: 10.1027/1016-9040.1.3.180
Two-authored articles in periodicals:
Aşkar, P. and Umay, A. (2001). Self-efficacy perceptions of primary school mathematics teacher candidates about computer. Hacettepe University Faculty of Education Journal, 21, 1-8.
Martin, L. E., & Potts, G. F. (2004). Reward sensitivity in impulsivity. Neuroreport, 15(9), 1519-1522. http://doi.org/10.1097/01.wnr.0000132920.12990.b9
Articles with three or more authors in periodicals:
Umay, A., Akkuş-Çıkla, O. and Duatepe, A. (2006). Mathematics lesson 1.-5. Examining the classroom curriculum according to NCTM principles and standards. Hacettepe University Faculty of Education Journal, 31 (31), 198-211.
Maner, J. K., Gailliot, M. T., Rouby, D. A., & Miller, S. L. (2007). Can't take my eyes off you: Attentional adhesion to mates and rivals. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 93(3), 389-401. http://doi.org:/10.1037/0022-3518.104.22.1689
Karasar, N. (1998). Scientific research method: Concepts, principles, techniques. Nobel Publishing.
Ward, A. (2004). Attention: A neuropsychological perspective. Psychology Press.
Book with two authors:
Enginun, I. and Kerman, Z. (1991). Ahmet Haşim/All his works. Dergah Publications.
Stuss, D. T., & Benson, F. (1986). The frontal lobes. Raven Pr.
Hovardaoglu, S. (2007). Fundamentals of psychological measurement. In research techniques for the behavioral sciences (2nd Edition, pp. 87-125). Hatipoglu Publishing House.
Luck, S. J. (2014). A Broad Overview of the Event-Related Potential Technique. In An introduction to event related potential technique (2nd ed., pp. 1-34). The MIT Press.
Edited book section:
Yolcusoy, O. and Cetinkaya, G. (2021). Speaking training with questions. HE. In T. Kara (Ed.), Turkish education with questions (1, 115-161). Asos Publications.
Posner, M. I. (1995). Attention in cognitive neuroscience: An overview. In M. S. Gazzaniga (Ed.), The cognitive neurosciences (pp. 615-624). The MIT Press.
Bowlby, J. (2012). Don't connect. (T. V. Soylu, Trans.). Pinhan Publishing. (The original work was published in 1969).
Freud, S. (1961). The interpretation of dreams: The complete and definitive text (J. Strachey, Trans.). Science Editions (Original work published 1900).
Bekil, F. (2021). The mediating role of separation-individuation in the relationship between family functioning and maladaptive perfectionism in university students [Master's thesis, Pamukkale University]. National Thesis Center.
Watkins, S. (2011). The neural basis of attention and perception in the human brain [Doctoral dissertation, University College London]. UCL Discovery. https://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/1232001/1/1 323001.pdf
You can find detailed information about the references from the link “https://apastyle.apa.org/instructional-aids/reference-examples.pdf”.
In a development study, it was determined that what children learn in primary school is important (Smith, 1990).
In a development study, it was determined that what children learn in primary school is important (Smith, 1990, p. 67).
In a developmental study (Smith, 1990), children's knowledge of what they learn in primary school…
In the study conducted by Smith (1990), children in primary school…
In 1990, in Smith's study of primary school children…
In a developmental study, it was determined that what children learn in primary school is important (Masserton, Slonowski, & Slowinski, 1989).
In the first citation of the source: As discussed by Masserton, Slonowski, and Slowinski (1989)…
In later references to the source: As Masserton et al. (1989) claimed…
Multiple Sources in the Same Parenthesis
As many studies (Jones and / & Powell, 1993; Peterson, 1995, 1998; Smith, 1990) have pointed out…
In the study, the letter system (a, b, c) will be used to mark the information to be given as items in the text. The marking should be indented 0.5 cm. Example usage is shown below.
Bullet pointing should be done as in the example.
Bullet markup rules should be observed.
Bullet pointing should be done with the letter system.
Display of Tables and Figures
The table name is written in 11 point size and centered. The first letters of the table name (except for conjunctions and prepositions such as and, de, mi, and mi) are capitalized. Break lines are not shown in the table. The table is justified with the auto-fit to window feature. The texts in the table content should be written in 10 points. The table number, table name, the space between the table and the rows of the table are set to 1.5 pt. There must be a 1-character space between the last line of the table and the paragraph after the table. The sample table representation is presented in the sample article template.
The figure should be inserted centered on the page. If the figure is too big for the page, it should fit the window automatically, just like the tables. Figure numbers and titles are given in 11 points, centered below the figure. Except for proper names, only the first letter of the figure names are capitalized. Bold is not written. The part before the figure name (Figure 1. Figure 2.) is written in bold. There should be a 1-character space between the figure name and the paragraph after the figure. The sample is presented in the template.
Footnote system will not be used in the works to be sent. Necessary explanations will be added to this section and the total explanation section cannot be more than 1 page.
The text area should be written in Palatino Linotype font, size 10, single line spacing and justified.
If itemization is desired, optionally the numbering system or letter system should be used in this section. Figure marking will not be used.