For the authors
Each article submitted to the journal is reviewed by two scientists who are experts in the theme of the submitted article. Articles go through a double blind peer review process. This means that the reviewers do not know the names of the author (s), and the authors do not know the names of the reviewers. The time for reviewing the article is no more than a month from the date of receiving the article. Authors are automatically notified of this fact. After reviewing, the authors receive reviews, in which the benefits and weaknesses of the article are noted, as well as a decision to publish without revision or with revisions. Time for revision of the article, according to the comments of the reviewers is a month from the date of sending the review. In case of a refusal for publication, the authors also receive a notification from the editor in the form of a letter justifying the refusal for publication.
Example of forming articles
The surname and name of author (authors) separated by commas.
Times New Roman 14, 1.5 interval, center
Times New Roman 12, 1.5 interval, center
Summary – 200-250 words
When describing the methods, reference to the authors and literature is required
Results and discussion
Table 1. Capitalized name
If there are pictures, graphs, diagrams – they are given separately, each picture in a separate exel file
References ( APA style)
References (APA style)
Astrid, S., Bernd, M., & Machilek, F. (2006). Personality in cyberspace: personal Web sites as media for personality expressions and impressions. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 90(6), 1014–1031.
Barker, E. T., & Bornstein, M. H. (2010). Global self-esteem, appearance satisfaction, and self-reported dieting in early adolescence. The journal of early adolescence, 30(2), 205–224.
Green, D. M., & Swets, J. A. (1966). Signal detection theory and psychophysics. New York: Wiley.
Hanita, K. (2015). The influence of counter-exemplars on implicit stereotypes and prejudices (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from http://hermes-ir.lib.hit-u.ac.jp/rs/bitstream/10086/27144/8/soc020201401603.pdf
Bem, D.J. (1970). Testing self-perception explanation of dissonance phenomena – salience of premanipulation attitudes // Journal of personality and social psychology, 14(1), 23–31. DOI:10.1037/h0020916
Brockmeier, J. (2001). From the end to the beginning. Retrospective teleology in autobiography. In: J. Brockmeier, D. Carbaugh (Eds.), Narrative and identity: studies in autobiography, self, and culture (pp. 247–282). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Information about the author/s
Anna V. Ivanova, Ph.D (Psychology), associate professor, or (Dr.Prof.)
Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, Russia; bld. 6, Miusskaya Square, Moscow, Russia, 125993; Psychological Institute of Russian Academy of Education, Moscow, Russia; bld.9-4, Mokhovaya str., Russia, Moscow, 125009, email@example.com