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Remember to make yourself acquainted with our peer review process standards before applying your publication proposal.
We use 'double-blind' review solution
To evaluate each manuscript there are at least two independent reviewers from outside the research unit affiliated to the author of publication. At least one of the reviewers is affiliated with a foreign institution established in a country other than the country of the author of publication.
We engage the independent reviewers
The author or authors of manuscript and the reviewers do not know the identity of each other (i.e. "double-blind review process"), in other cases the reviewer must sign a declaration of no conflict of the interests, where the conflict of interests shall be recognized as the direct personal relationship between the reviewer and the author (kinship to the second degree, legal relationships, marriage), the reporting relationships or the professional direct scientific cooperation over the past two years preceding the year of the review preparation.
We fight the phenomena of 'ghostwriting'
"Ghostwriting" and "guest authorship" is an expression of the scientific misconduct and any detected cases will be unmasked, including the notification of the relevant entities (the institutions employing the authors, the scientific societies, the associations of the scientific editors, etc.)
The editors require authors to disclose the individual contributions in the creation of publications (indicating their affiliation and contribution, i.e. they should tell, who is the author of concepts, principles, methods, protocol etc. used in the preparation of publications), wherein the main responsibility lies on the author of the manuscript.
The editors require the information about the sources of funding of the publications, the contribution of the research institutions, associations and other entities ("financial disclosure") for the implementation of the safety procedures against the phenomena of "ghostwriting" and "guest authorship"
Our goal is to continuously improve the quality of publications that we present you in CyberEmpathy Journal.
That is why our peer review rules meet the international requirements for the academic journals.
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CyberEmpathy is a peer-reviewed journal, evaluated by Ministry of Science and Higher Education in Poland (scored 6 points MNiSW in 2015).
Editor-in-chief: Andrzej Głowacki
Managing editor & Creative director: Marika Wato
Editorial Board: Marcos Novak, Peter Schmid, Josyp Los, Brendan Hogan, Mark Bannatyne, Piotr Zawojski, Dariusz Rott, Jan Nuckowski, Dariusz Grzybowicz, Zdzisław Hippe, Józef Lubacz, Andrzej Wielgosz, Waldemar Tłokiński, Beata Bigaj, Piotr Marecki, Juri Czabanowski, Gabriella Pal-Schmid, Grażyna Pietruszewska-Kobiela, Tomasz Jeleński, Magdalena Pińczyńska, Paul Rutkovsky,
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