For chapters in edited books, you need to include both the chapter author(s) and chapter title and the editor(s) and the book title in the reference list entry. In the in-text citation, provide the chapter author and date.
See also the guidance on the APA Style website at: https://apastyle.apa.org/style-grammar-guidelines/references/examples/edited-book-chapter-references
(van de Vijver & Leung, 2011)
van de Vijver and Leung (2011)
van de Vijver, F., & Leung, K. (2011). Equivalence and bias: A review of concepts, models, and data
analytic procedures. In D. Matsumoto & F. van de Vijver (Eds.), Cross-cultural research methods in
psychology (pp. 17-45). Cambridge University Press.
1. Chapter author(s)’ surname, comma, followed by their initial(s) with a full stop after each initial (and comma if more than one author) with an ampersand before the last author
2. Year of publication in round brackets followed by a full stop
3. Title of chapter followed by a full stop
4. The word ‘In’ followed by the editor’s initial(s) full stop and surname with Ed. or Eds. in round brackets followed by a comma
5. Book title in italics
6. Page number range in round brackets followed by a full stop
7. Publisher followed by a full stop
Chapter Author Surname, Initials., & Chapter Author Surname, Initials. (Year). Title of chapter: Subtitle.
In Editor’s Initial(s). Surname & Editor's Initial(s). Surname (Eds.), Title of book (pp. page numbers of chapter). Publisher.