{apa-style} is about bibliography questions using the style of the American Psychological Association. Use this tag in addition to the tag for the specific package you use to implement the style.

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How can I use natbib and make my reference list resemble apalike?

My question is related to here and here, but I could not yet find a satisfying answer. I will use the same example from this post. I like the apalike reference style but I have trouble with breaking ...
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Biber doesn't work anymore (with biblatex-apa in TeXnicCenter) [duplicate]

Today I encountered an issue with biblatex and it seemed I had to update the biblatex package to the newest version to fix this. So I went for a complete update of my MikTeX installation (installed ...
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Author Full Name in Citation Natbib APA [duplicate]

I'm trying to cite the Public Law given below. When I compile bibtex the output always reads [Congress, 1960] and in my references section is recorded as Congress, U. I would like it to read [U.S. ...
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Biblatex-apa style is missing a comma in the text-citations. why? [duplicate]

i have a follow up question to a previously answered one regarding commas in citations and references: Biblatex-apa style is missing a comma in the references. why? it works for me in the ...
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Change format of year and volume in apalike2 bibliography style

I'm using the apalike2 bibliography style (with some minor customizations that are not related to my questions though. When I reference an article the format currently looks like this: Smith, James ...
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Biblatex and apasoft style [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Adding an [AuthorYear] block at the beginning of bibliography entries I am trying to get the best of both worlds: I want to take advantage of the URL capabilitites of ...