Authors’ responsibilities

1. By submitting the manuscript to the editor, the authors confirm that the manuscript is their original work, which has not been published before and is not considered for publication elsewhere. The authors also guarantee that the manuscript will not be published and will not be published elsewhere (after publication in Russian Psychological Journal) in any language without the consent of the copyright owner.

2. The authors guarantee that the rights of third parties will not be violated and that the publisher will not be considered legally responsible if there are any claims for compensation.

3. Authors are responsible for the content of the article, the originality of the actual, analytical, empirical and other materials presented in the article and must ensure that they have permission from all parties involved to make the data publicly available. Citation of materials: reference to the results of studies of other authors should be done correctly and confirmed by reference.

4. Each author is responsible for ensuring that manuscripts submitted to Russian Psychological Journal are written with ethical standards and do not contain plagiarism. When submitting a manuscript, the authors claim that the article does not contain unfounded or illegal statements and does not violate the rights of others. Unauthorized borrowing and reproduction of any elements of the article (text, graphics, primary data, etc.) are absolutely unacceptable. Borrowed elements reproduced with the consent of the copyright holders should be presented in the correct form and accompanied by a corresponding reference.

5. The authors are responsible for specifying the necessary personal information (name, position, and organization), sources of financial support for the project, the results of which are described in the article submitted for consideration, as well as for specifying the persons who contributed to the research.

6. Authors should make sure that only those participants who have made a significant contribution to the creation of the manuscript are listed as authors and, conversely, all authors who have made a significant contribution to the creation of the manuscript are listed as authors.

7. When an author discovers a significant error or inaccuracy in his or her own published work, it is the author's responsibility to immediately notify the journal editor or publisher and, through cooperation with the Editor, to amend or cancel the publication of the article.