How can you avoid dangling modifiers in APA?

How can you avoid dangling modifiers in APA?
Dangling modifiers have no referent in the sentence. Because of their placement in a sentence, misplaced modifiers ambiguously or illogically modify a word. You can eliminate misplaced modifiers by placing an adjective or an adverb as close as possible to the word it modifies.
• Correct:Based on this assumption, the model…
Incorrect:Based on this assumption, I developed a model…
Comment: [The model, not I, was based on this assumption.]
Many dangling modifiers also result from the use of the passive voice. By writing in the active voice, you can avoid many dangling modifiers.
• Correct: After separating the participants into groups, I tested Group A.
Incorrect: After separating the participants into groups, Group A was tested.
Comment: [I, not Group A, separated the participants into groups.]
• Correct: Using this procedure, I tested the participants.
Incorrect: The participants were tested using this procedure.
Comment: [I, not the participants, used the procedure.]
• Correct: To test this hypothesis, we divided the participants into two groups.
Incorrect: To test this hypothesis, the participants were divided into two groups.
Comment: [We, not the participants, tested the hypothesis.]
(adapted from the sixth edition of the APA Publication Manual, © 2010)
This article originally appeared on http://www.apastyle.org/learn/faqs/dangling-modifiers.aspx

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