APA style: In-press articles

edited October 17, 2017
When an article is placed online by the publisher and labeled as "in-press" or "advanced publication" but not assigned to a specific volume/issue, some styles such as APA refers to these as: Advance online publication. Currently, the APA template does not accommodate this information anywhere. In APA style, these three words ending in a period (regular font) are added following the italicized journal title and a period, and before the DOI. I have tried a number of workarounds including putting this info in Extra, changing the Type to Document or Book section, but none work exactly for APA style.

Is it possible to add another field which could accommodate this info, or insert a conditional in the template code which would output this info using existing template fields? Unfortunately, this type of info usually does not appear in the metadata. Here is an in-press article: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0002870317302648

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