7.0.8 Data Sets, Software, Measurement Instruments, and Apparatus. See page 210 of American Psychological Association (Ed.). (2010). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.)
Rightsholder, A. A. (year). Title of Software or Program [Description of form]. Retrieved from http://xxxxx
Primal Pictures. (2015). 3D Atlas: Head and Neck: Eye: Orbit From Above (layer 8, frame 1) [Image]. Retrieved from http://www.anatomy.tv/interactivehead2014/release/default.aspx?app=interactivehead_flash&rqid=0
7.07 Audiovisual Media: 49. Video
See page 209 of American Psychological Association (Ed.). (2010). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
Name of Producer (Producer). (Year). Title [video]. Available from http://
Primal Pictures (Producer). (2015). Lateral view of the depression and elevation of the temporomandibular joint [Video]. Retrieved from http://www.anatomy.tv/interactivehead2014/release/default.aspx?app=interactivehead_flash&rqid=0
NOTE: The APA style blog lists a variation of the above reference for a streaming video database. Instead of using "Available from" in the citation as indicated in the APA Publication Manual, the video directions state "Retrieved from." This language is consistent with the recommendations for images above as well as for ebooks, where you differentiate between media sources you can obtain freely online versus ones you accessed via a licensed subscription. Since Anatomy.TV is a licensed product, the library's recommendation above is in alignment with the APA video tutorial.
Please note: The library subscribes to Anatomy.TV through a third party vendor called Stat!Ref. If you copy and paste the URL from the Primal Pictures site directly, or if you try to use the linking menu feature, this URL is technically correct for citation purposes. But this URL is not practically helpful if you are using the citation to get back into Anatomy.TV from within a power point slide, and the link will not work for off campus access.
The library utilizes a custom URL that first passes you through Stat!Ref, who then forwards you onwards to Primal Pictures. Because of this re-direct, there is no direct way back to a specific image. If you need direct access back into Anatomy.TV within a slide etc., please use this URL:
This URL is the one the library uses on the Pulse site as well as this libguide. This link will allow access both on and off campus to Anatomy.TV. You will need to find the image/video again from the start page. You will not be able to link directly to the image or video.