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Style Sheet

File Format Manuscripts should be submitted in electronic format as a Microsoft Word file.
Language Manuscripts can be submitted in English or French.
Margins 1" margins are required at the top, bottom, right and left of every page.
Spacing With the exception of tables and figures, all pages must be double-spaced on 8 1/2 x 11 inch pages.
Typeface Font size should be no smaller than 12 point. Times Roman is preferred.
Order Title Page (separate page)
Abstract / Résumé
The text of the article
Acknowledgements ( if appropriate)
Endnotes (if necessary)
References
Appendices (if appropriate)
Tables (one per page)
Title Page The title page must include the title of the article, the name(s) of the author(s), and institutional affiliation(s) and the city and province in which the author(s) work(s).
Abstract An abstract of no more than 100 words must be provided in English and in French. It is the author's responsibility to provide translated abstracts.
Headings Major headings (e.g. INTRODUCTION) must be bold, in caps and flush with the left margin. Secondary headings must be bold, lower case and flush with the left margin. Tertiary headings must be lower case and flush with the left margin.
Tables and Figures All tables and figures must be numbered separately, with tables grouped together at the end of the manuscript. Figures must also be submitted as individual JPG, TIF, or PDF files with a minimum of 300-dpi resolution. Clearly visible notes within the text should indicate their approximate placement.
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Each table and / or figure should be provided on a separate page. The table and figure should be identified at the top centre of the page as follows:

Figure 1
Logic Model of the Program

The location of the table or figure in the text should be identified as follows

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Insert Table 1 About Here
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Citations

When a work has up to five authors, the following format must be used:

For the first citation in the text:

Smith, Jones, Brown, Frank and Mackay (1994).

Thereafter, use only Smith et al.

When a work has more than five authors, cite only the surname of the first author, followed by et al.

Rist et al. (1995).

References

The reference section of the article requires a bold, capitalized heading flush with the left margin. Entries should appear in alphabetical order by first author surname. Do not include works which were not cited in the text. Periodicals should be referenced as follows:
Author, A. A., Author, B. B., and Author, C. C. (1995). Title of article. Title of Periodical, xx. Yyy-yyy..

Nonperiodicals should be referenced as follows:
Author, A. A., and Author, B. B. (1995). Title of work. Location: Publisher.

Parts of a nonperiodical (e.g. book chapter) should be referenced as follows:
Author, A. A. and Author, B. B. (1993). Title of Chapter. In A. Editor, B. Editor and C. Editor (Eds.), Title of book. (pp. Xxx-yyy). Location: Publisher.

Endnotes Endnotes are discouraged. If they are absolutely necessary, they should appear in a separate section with a bold, capitalized heading flush with the left margin.
Acknowledgements If they are necessary, acknowledgements should appear in a separate section with a bold, capitalized heading flush with the left margin.
For Additional Details American Psychological Association (2009). Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. Sixth ed., Washington, DC: APA.