Per APA style, the title of your paper should appear again at the top, centered, not bolded (though this may be omitted if required by your institution).
Your entire document should be double spaced with certain allowable exceptions for tables.
Your appendices will follow your reference list, if applicable.
If you have only one appendix, title it “Appendix” (top of the page, centered, not bolded, or in quotation marks).
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