The journal publishes materials dedicated to different areas of family psychology and therapy
Submitted manuscripts must correspond to the subject matter of the journal. They must be original, thorough, complete, and previously unpublished in other printed or electronic volumes.
When submitting a manuscript to the editorial board, an author commits to not publishing the submitted text before it is published in the journal. Any subsequent replication of the materials published in the journal must include a reference to the journal with its web address.
The authors are responsible for ensuring that the submitted materials are original and authentic. When preparing manuscripts for submission, authors must follow the principles of publication ethics.
Manuscripts Must Include
Information about the author:
— Full name;
— Academic credentials (degree);
— ORCID ID;
— Place of employment/study (full name of the institution/organization and its mailing address);
— job title;
— place of residence (city, country);
— email address.
All manuscripts must include:
— annotation (200-250 words);
— keywords (3-7);
— text of the article;
The following must be translated into English:
— information about the author (authors);
— keywords (please, use single words or short prases separated with commas);
— list of Russian-language sources in Latin transcription.
The Journal offers a confidential environment and does not reveal any author's personal data. Submitting the manuscript, the Author confirms his consent to processing of the personal data.
Annotations Must Include
An annotation for an article describing an empirical study must include:
— the studied issue or correlation;
— study selection criteria;
— characteristics of respondents participating in selected studied. Informed consent of respondents for participation in the study or findings of a committee on ethical evaluation of empirical research projects;
— main results (including the most significant effect values and significant variable moderators of these effects);
— conclusions (including limitations);
— ramifications or consequences for theory or practice.
An annotation for a case study must include:
— the topic of the study and important characteristics of the individual, social group, or organization that was studied; a clinical case, a therapy case, or a supervision case:
— the nature of the problem or case, or the possible solution of the problem or case illustrated by this study;
— the issues raised by this case for theoretical consideration, ethical dilemma, therapy practice, supervision practice, or new studies.
An annotation for a theoretical article must include:
— the essence of the theory or model, and/or principles it is based on;
— what phenomena are explained by the theory or model, and how it is connected to empirical results (or what empirical results arise from it).
An annotation for a methodology article must include:
— reference to the class the discussed method belongs to;
— significant distinctions or special characteristics of the proposed method;
— in case of statistical procedures, significant characteristics (for example, statistical power).