On page 203 of the APA style guide (6th ed), it reads:
When the author and publisher are the same, use the word Author as the name of the publisher.
An example of this is shown in the Basics Of APA Style Tutorial at apastyle.org and below.
I'm now using
biber 0.9.6 (
biblatex 1.7) (thanks for the tip) and I don't get this behavior by default, and I looked in biblatex.pdf and also biblatex-apa.pdf (v4.2), and I don't see this mentioned specifically in either one (although I did find section 2.3.3 Corporate Authors and Editors in biblatex.pdf)
biblatex-apa have this automated somehow, or do I need to write the word "Author" in the publisher field to get this type of source line in the reference list (or other work-around)?