Current journal policy focuses on the need to advance academic status by applying updated requirements for manuscripts which meet high international standards. At the same time, the relevant policy aims to simplify the preparation of manuscripts and peer review.
The journal specializes in publishing original (not published before) completed research in psychology, pedagogy, and medicine: theoretical and methodological issues of psychology, psychophysiology, neuropsychology, social psychology, differential psychology, cognitive psychology, pedagogical psychology, developmental psychology, medical psychology, political psychology, legal psychology, engineering psychology, personality psychology, psychology of understanding and persuasion, emotional psychology, history psychology, psychological counseling, comparative psychology; age pedagogy (preschool, school pedagogy, higher school pedagogy), correctional pedagogy (deaf education, typhlopedagogy, speech therapy, oligophrenopedagogy), history of pedagogy and teaching methods; studies of ENT-organs, ophthalmology, internal medicine, surgery, psychiatry and narcology, neurology, obstetrics and gynecology, social medicine and public health.
The editors approve for publishing exclusively original, previously unpublished and plagiarism-free materials (As of September 2017, the Law of Ukraine “On Higher Education” prohibits using the data which were presented in copyrighted dissertation research). The article is not re-reviewed if any plagiarism/self-plagiarism.
Online translation (using Google Translate, Yandex translation, prompt, etc.) is not allowed.

Article volume: from 10 to 30 pages.
In-text references are given in round brackets with the following indication: author’s last name – comma – publication year of the source (Chebykin, 2010). A reference to several sources is given simultaneously separated by a semicolon (Chebykin, 2010; Petrenko, 2007; Ivanenko, 2015).

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