PSYCHOLOGIE PRO PRAXI

PSYCHOLOGIE PRO PRAXI
1. EDITOR

Decision on publishing
Editor of the magazine is responsible for deciding which of the contributions sent to the journal will be published. Editor creates the decision based on outcomes of the review process, the rules of the editorial board and the limitations given the legislation, such as libel, copyright infringement and plagiarism. Editor consults the decision with other editors, members of editorial circles and reviewers.

Independence
Editor assesses the manuscript based on its contents, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, nationality or political affiliation of the author. The editor also separates the decision making from commercial interests.

Privacy
Editor, nor any member of the editorial staff must not disclose information on the submitted manuscript (accepted for review) to anyone else besides the authors, reviewers, potential reviewers, other advisers and publisher, and does this only when necessary.

2. REVIEWER

Contributing to the editorial decision
Editor creates the decision based in particular on review outcomes. The identity of the reviewer is protected unless he applies for his announcement.

Time
Each addressed reviewer who does not feel qualified to assess the article or is not able to make a timely review must notify the editor and excuse of the review process.

Privacy
Each manuscript, accepted to the review process, must be treated as a confidential document by the reviewer. The reviewer is not allowed it to others or make it public unless there is the permission of the editor.

Objectivity
Reviews must be handled according to the instructions for reviewers objectively. Personal criticism of the author is inadmissible.

Disclosure and Conflict of Interest
Confidential information and ideas gained through reviewing the manuscript, must remain confidential and must not be used for personal benefit. Reviewers should not review the manuscripts in which they are in conflict of interest, based on competitive, collaborative, or other relationships and connections with any author, company or institution connected with the manuscript.

3. AUTHOR

Originality and plagiarism
Authors guarantee, that their work is completely original, and if they used a thought, knowledge, finding of someone else, the source was quoted properly.

Sources of information
The author must always be properly acknowledge (cite) the work of others, which was used. The author should cite particularly publications that greatly influenced the nature and content of the paper.

Multiple, redundant and simultaneous publications
The author could not publish a manuscript describing essentially the same research in more than one journal or primary publication. Simultaneous sending the manuscript at the same time to two or more journals constitutes unethical behavior and is unacceptable.

Authorship of the text
All persons who significantly contributed to the creation of the manuscript should be listed as co-authors. If there are other people who are somehow involved in some aspects of the research project, they should be granted (included) in the text. Corresponding author guarantees that the paper presents all regular co-authors and that all co-authors have seen and approved the final version of the manuscript and agree to sending it for publication.

Disclosure and conflict of interest
All sources of funding for research / project must be disclosed.

Fundamental errors in the previously published work
If the author finds significant error or inaccuracy in his already published work, the editor or publisher of the journal should be immediately notified by the author. The author should cooperate with the editor in creating the errata or downloading the text.

157 x 230 mm
published: 2 x per year
print price: 80 czk
ISSN: 1803-8670
E-ISSN: 2336-6486