Conceptual requirements for the articles:
- The articles submitted in English, as well as the articles which cover the results of author's (collective) empirical studies, which are executed within the framework of grant programs, scientific themes of departments, laboratories, etc., are primarily considered. From articles in sciences, in which the evidence of research is increased through the use of empirical research methods, it is expected to present, in fact, empirical materials. Articles may also be theoretical, especially in the theoretical sciences, in cases of historical-reflexive analysis, as well as when the theoretical methods of research are most valid for the purpose of the article and research tasks. In this case, the author is expected to present the model, the author's concept, theory, system of concepts, etc.
- The editorial board adopts conceptual surveys - such as theoretical articles - up to 40 pages - based on the materials of the leading dissertations, monographic studies.
- Recommendations for annotation in the language of the article. It is advisable to use such generalization forms as "first presented", "author's position is", "added classification," "compared," "set," etc. Avoid repeating the title of an article.
- List of links. For the preparation of the article it is recommended to refer to the primary sources, which are presented, mainly in the last 5-7 years. We recommend referring to sources that are indexed in Scopus and WoSc bases. Index of bibliography volume should not exceed 6. To calculate index of bibliography volume divide number of sources by total number of pages in the article. This rule does not relate to articles, which review a number of different sources.
- Articles are checked for plagiarism, falsity. It is advisable to avoid excessive self-citations, except when the author reveals the evolution of his own views, and so on.
- Plausibility, originality and non-plagiarism. Article can be approved for publication on the basis of its independent review. Author without any degree has to submit external review of his article as well. Author is responsible for the plausibility of the content, also article’s non-plagiarism, accuracy of facts, quotes, numbers and names. Editors can edit, cut, and make all necessary changes into submitted articles (keeping main ideas, conclusions and author's style).
Article Formatting Rules
File format – .doc, .docx (Microsoft Word). Sheet A4 (210mm x 297mm). Margins: top and bottom - 20 mm, left - 20 mm, right - 20 mm. Font – Times New Roman, 12 pt. Line spacing – 1,5. Justified text. Automatic hyphenation. Indentation (the red line) 1.25cm. No pagination. Figures and tables in the text. References in square brackets [1, 46].
Article size: 12 to 30 pages.
Languages: English, Ukrainian, Russian
Structure of the article:
1. The title of the article. Laconic, accurate, meaningful. In the title, abbreviations and abbreviations should be avoided, with the exception of well-known names, such as country names, medications, etc.
2. Information about the authors. Name, institution, city, country, e-mail. ORCID of each co-author. Post address.
3. Information about the contact person: Name, Institution name, city, country, e-mail, contact phone.
4. Information on the research carried out within the framework of the grant, the theme of the cathedral, etc. For example: "The article presents the results of the research that was carried out according to the grant ...... (grantor, grant number or project name)," or the article is prepared in accordance with the thematic plan of research of the psychology laboratory at the Institute of Psychology named after G.S.Kostiuk "Psychological Peculiarities of Self-Determination of the Person in the Educational Space" (state registration number: 0114U000602).
5. Information about the reviewer: Name, academic degree, academic rank, position, institution, city, country.
6. Information about the person or institution certifying the accuracy of the translation into English if the author used the services of translators. In other cases, the author (s) of the article bear sole responsibility for the translation.
7. Abstract in article language (1500-2000 characters), keywords (4-6 words).
8. Abstract in English (2500-3000 characters). Keywords (4-6 words).
9. Introduction (problem statement) - for articles in Ukrainian and Russian. (Introduction - for articles in English).
10. Goals of article.
11. Materials and Methods (for articles outlining the results of empirical research). Theoretical foundations of research (for articles with the presentation of the materials of theoretical research). It is advisable to indicate which methods of theoretical research are used by the authors. The most frequently used method is historical analogies, analysis, modeling, extrapolation, abstraction and specification, induction and deduction, comparison, generalization, systematization and interpretation of facts.
12. Results. This is a so-called quantitative and statistical analysis. In cases of theoretical article one must present a model, a system of notions, a program's content, and so on.
13. Discussions. Dedicated to the discussion and qualitative analysis of empirical data received, the proposed model, system of concepts, program content, etc.
14. Conclusions. Laconic statement of all stages of the study, presented in the article.
15. References. The ARA style is recommended. For convenience, we recommend that you use the on-line program http://www.citationmachine.net/apa/cite-a-website
Also, you need to follow this logic 1. You need to translate the source in English (if it is not in English), then in square brackets You must specify the original language, for example [In Russian]. 2. From the next paragraph, in square brackets and italics, lay out the ARA style link, but the original language.
Shatyrko, L., & Kashyntseva, O. (2016). Organizational and legal provision of educational and scientific development strategies: the legitimacy of psychological scientific result. Psychology Journal, 1(13), 33-40. [In Ukrainian].
Шатирко, Л., & Кашинцева, О. (2016). Легітимність наукового результату психологічних досліджень. Психологічний журнал, 1(13), 33-40.
Writing A Scientific Article Guide:
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