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Author Guidelines

Dear authors!

Please note that to the Journal are accepted the articles for review and further double-blind (double “blind” (anonymous) peer review) only those which contain psycholinguistic subject of a research according to the problems of scientific publications.

We also bring to your notice that under the terms of editorial policy of the Journal (according to the joint meeting of the Editorial board and the International Scientific Editorial Board from 20.06.2018) the author / co-authors can publish only one article in the current issue.

Only two co-authors are accepted for consideration. The higher number of co-authors is possible in case if the content of the manuscript is the result of joint scientific research conducted within the grants and research projects from state budget issues, which must be stated in the article and supported by the relevant documents.

Terms for Papers Presentation and Publishing

The article is presented in the original language via online presenting on the Collection website.

The manuscripts will be peer-reviewed

A separate file attached to the article is the form signed by the author form on knowing the Regulation on the conflict of interest

Guidelines for Article Execution

Text of the article includes the following components:

Introduction (revealed the relevance of a research, carried out a definition of the problem and analysis of the previous studies and publications, stated goal and objectives).
Methods and techniques of the research (highlighted theoretical and methodological procedure and / or experimental research).
Results (set out basic material in the way to understand the essence of theoretical and / or empirical research).
Discussions (discussions for the highlighted problematic).
Conclusions (carried out summarizing of the results, provide recommendations for further research).

The target length for an article is 6,000-8,000 words (20,000-40,000 characters with spaces). If your article is longer than this, please contact the editorial office.

Technical requirements for article formatting:

Margins: bottom, top – 2 cm; right – 1.5 cm; left – 3 cm.
Editor: MS Word. Headset: Times New Roman, pins (size) 14, spacing – 1,5.
The text is typed without divisions.

The article is submitted according the following structure:

The left side:

  • Title of the article
  • Author’s name, surname
  • Academic degree, academic title, E-mail, Orcid ID (Researcher ID, Scopus ID)
  • Place of work
  • Postal address of the institution where the author of the article works (co-authors).
  • Abstract (1800 characters).
  • Key words (5-8 words).
  • Text
  • References (centered) (design according to the standard APA)

Attention! The text of abstracts should be structured – contain the following section titles:

  • Objective.
  • Materials & Methods.
  • Results.
  • Conclusions.


Citation and internal text reference to the source should be carried out by APA style, for example (Smith, 2008); if the page of source is indicated, it is fed through the colon, for example (Smith, 2008: 125).

There must be a strict one-to-one correspondence between the names and years in the text and those in the list of references.

References design according to the APA Style.

Sample of the references

Shook, A., Goldrick, M., Engstler, C., & Marian, V. (2015). Bilinguals show weaker lexical access during spoken sentence comprehension. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 44(6), 789–802. doi: 10.1007/s10936-014-9322-6
Goldin-Meadow, S. (2003). The resilience of language. New York: Psychology Press.
Part of the book
Burke, D. M., MacKay, D. G., & James, L. E. (2000). Theoretical approaches to language and aging. In Timothy J. Perfect & Elizabeth A. Maylor (Eds.), Models of cognitive aging (pp. 204–246). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Proceedings of the conference
Pruden, S. M., Hirsh-Pasek, K., Maguire, M. J., & Meyer, M. A. (2004). Foundations of verb learning: Infants categorize path and manner in motion events. In A. Brugos, L. Micciulla & C. E. Smith (Eds.), Proceedings of the 28th annual Boston University conference on language development (pp. 461–472). Boston, MA: Cascadilla Press.

Files should be attached in online presenting on the Collection website and named after the author’s surname:

Smith_article. doc
Smith_form on the conflict of interests. doc


The cost for 1 page – €8 or $10.
The article processing fee covers the costs induced by editing and reviewing process, efficient publication service to the authors, i.e. proofreading, editorial assistance in the publishing process, providing cover layout, typesetting, maintenance of the website of the journal, etc.
The editorial office will contact authors to confirm that the fee is being assessed and to provide information on how to pay it.

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