For more examples and guidelines on citing technical reports, proceedings of conferences & theses, please refer to Section 7.03-7.05, pages 206-208 of the Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.).
Technical and research reports, like journal articles, usually cover original research. They are sometimes referred to as gray literature. Format references to technical and research reports as you would a book.
Corporate author - government report
Corporate author - online report
Authored report - nongovernmental
Proceedings of meetings and symposia can be published as a book (one time) or periodical (regular). To cite published proceedings from a book, use the same format as for a book or book chapter. To cite proceedings that are published regularly, use the same format as for a periodical.
Proceedings in book form
Proceedings published regularly online
Master's thesis from a commercial database
Doctoral dissertation from an institutional database
Doctoral dissertation from the web