The appendix should be included as a separate page at the end of your paper, after your references page. If you have multiple items, such as multiple questionnaires for research participants, create a separate appendix for each item.
An appendix can contain textual information and/or visual information.
(March 21, 2007); Wicherts, Jelte M., Marjan Bakker, and Dylan Molenaar.
The APA writing style has evolved through time and several changes have been adapted in response to the electronic information age.
Appendices should also be arranged sequentially by the order they were first referenced in the text [i.e., Appendix 1 should not refer to text on page eight of your paper and Appendix 2 relate to text on page six].
Appendices should not be a dumping ground for information.
Or you may choose to include an appendix at the end of your paper.
These can help to provide a visual representation of data or other information that you wish to relay to your reader.
Note that it is unlikely that you will use appendices in Walden course papers or KAMs.
For doctoral capstone studies, you might include some appendices with supplementary information.