ISSN 2309-1797; e-ISSN 2415-3397
p-ISSN 2309-1797; e-ISSN 2415-3397
Frequency: semiannual (April and November)
Published from the year 2008
Publisher and Founder: Hryhorii Skovoroda University in Pereiaslav
Editor-in-Chief: Kalmykova Larysa Oleksandrivna
Problematics: theoretical and applied aspects of psycholinguistic. See more Aims and Scope.
Manuscript languages: Ukrainian, English, Russian (mixed languages).
Targeted audience: scientists (psychological linguists, linguists, philologists, neuro linguists, trainers, philosophers, researchers of social communication, ethnic psychologists, psychiatrics, psychoanalytics, lawyers, psychoconsultants etc.) and practitioners in different spheres of society activities, where psycholinguistics (education, journalistic, mass-media, law, politics, psychotherapy, cybernetics, advertisement, medicine etc.) can be used.
Certificate of state registration of print media: Series КВ 24128-13968 Р (05.07.2019).
Psycholinguistics supports parallel archiving. All numbers are kept in the National library of Ukraine.
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