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Publication Ethics

Editorial board responsibility

Editorial policy of National Psychological Journal is based on the international practices of copyright and ethical principles, and particularly on academic publication guidance by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) ( and Budapest Open Access Initiative's definition of Open Access.

The editorial team is responsible for the quality of published articles. The editorial team is also committed to initiatives aimed at decrease of unethical research practices and ethical norms violations. It assures maintaining editorial ethics by the editorial board members, reviewers, and authors.

The general principles of manuscripts selections are credibility, scientific significance and topicality of submissions. Negative research results are completely acceptable for publication in case of adherence to reporting standards. Scientific discussions and letter to the editorial board are also welcome. Manuscripts, which contents violate the Russian Federation law, are prohibited from publication.

Editorial team ethical principles:

Ethical principles for reviewers:


All the people, who made meaningful contribution to the research and/or manuscript preparation, should be indicated as authors. The order of following is established by the authors themselves.

Unacceptable types of authorship include:

Ethical principles for authors:

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National Psychological Journal, 2006 - 2020