A great tool for APA citations (and a few other formats) is Purdue OWL at https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/ which gives examples of proper citation formats for almost any kind of source you would ever need.
It's also easy to generate APA citations from ProQuest. In the light blue bar near the top of the page, you can click on "Cite" near the right, and choose any citation style including APA. This gives you the citation for that document, which you can paste into your bibliography. It's always good to check for proper formatting against the APA Manual, just to be sure, but these citations are usually correct.