Answered By: Rachel Lerner Last Updated: Sep 08, 2014 Views: 39
It really depends on whether there actually is no author. Is there any attribution at all? Perhaps the name of a committee or a government organization that created or sponsored the document? Check out this post from the APA Style Blog to help guide you in determining if there really is no author: http://blog.apastyle.org/apastyle/2010/01/the-generic-reference-who.html.
If it is truly the case that there is no author, then yes, you will move the title into the author position, but as usual with APA, for the citation you will only capitalize the first letter and proper nouns in the title.