APA style uses an author's last name first, then initials. Article titles don't get quotation marks, and you capitalize the first word, proper nouns, and the first word after a colon(:). Journal names get italicized (Journal of Neuropathy, The New York Times), as do book, movie, and web site titles. If an article includes a DOI (document object identifier), include it. Otherwise, include the URL if you found the article online or in a database.
Here are two with real information plugged in:
Follow the same Who-When-What-Where procedure to make citations for unusual sources, like a Ted talk. Just add a note on the [Format] in brackets:
Setting up APA format a document in Word or some other word processor can be challenging the first time around. Here's a video that walks you through the process; of course, there are other ways to do it and other videos and online resources out there.