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I have included papers I have authored in my main BibTeX library. How can I include full citations for these papers in a CV in LaTeX? I don't want a citation such as "Smith (2000)" anywhere in the CV, but rather the full citations of selected entries (my papers) inserted into the appropriate section of the CV, as a "list of my papers".

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You can look at this answer: [How to place a full citation in the abstract using bibtex][1], it should apply to your question. [1]: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/4297/… – Cedric H. Aug 7 '12 at 12:40
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Use the \nocite{*} command. For a full "Bibliography" section you can do something like this:

\addcontentsline{toc}{section}{Title of the section (my papers?)}

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Thanks. I used \nocite{myPaperA}, \nocite{myPaperB} because \nocite{*} would include all the other references in the file. – SabreWolfy Aug 7 '12 at 19:07

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