Latex Bibliography Style Apacite Package

Apacite pro­vides a BibTeX style and a LaTeX pack­age which are de­signed to match the re­quire­ments of the Amer­i­can Psy­cho­log­i­cal As­so­ci­a­tion's style for ci­ta­tions. The pack­age fol­lows the 6th edi­tion of the APA man­ual, and is de­signed to work with the apa6 class. A test doc­u­ment is pro­vided. The pack­age is com­pat­i­ble with chap­ter­bib and (to some ex­tent) with hy­per­ref (for lim­its of com­pat­i­bil­ity, see the doc­u­men­ta­tion). The pack­age also in­cludes a means of gen­er­at­ing an au­thor in­dex for a doc­u­ment.

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At the beginning I used

and I really like the author-year notation. The result looks fine, but it's English and this time my seminar thesis is written in german. Within the text and the bibliography I need to change the conjunction "and" into "und", and substitute some more vocab like "pages, volume" etc.

There were some suggestions to this issue and the most promising is:

I only need two implementations:

  • a cite-version "Smith et al. (2000)" in running text
  • and a citep-version "(Smith et al., 2000)" in parathesis

At the moment the apacite-solution alternative citet doesnt work for me, so all my \cite-refs are missing (questions marks within my text).

Another small but important issue are two options for the \citep

  • \citep[zitiert nach:][S. 6]{sedlacek2011economics}

Doesn't work anymore. On the other hand a minimal example works very well for me:

My main-file blg. report doesn't list any mistakes. I still try to figure out the MWE/mainfile difference ..

Thank you


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