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I have given a course on using LaTeX for psychological researchers. This course consisted of four lectures in which I discussed the following subjects:

- how to obtain a LaTeX distribution
- How to use LaTeX to write professional scientific reports
- How to use BibTeX and apacite to easily add references and completely automate the reference list
- How to use the apa document class to produce articles in APA-style
- How to use Beamer to produce presentation slides
- How to use Sweave to incorperate R codes in your LaTeX document for reporting reproducible research

The slides and examples as well as a lot of additional links can be found at:

http://sachaepskamp.com/latex-course

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