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The following World Wide Web URL citation format is based on the proposed standard for referencing online documents in scientific publications, as set forth by the American Psychological Association. Because I communicated numerous times with people via e-mail and real-time discussion (both on and off line), I noted in the thesis text any names & dates of e-mail messages which were directly quoted. Otherwise, those I communicated with are listed under "Personal Communication."
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