Information For Authors

Do you have interest in publishing in this magazine? We recommend that you then review a page about the journal to view the policy of this section in the journal, as well as the authors' guide. Authors need to register in the journal to be able to submit their requests for publication, or if they have already registered with it, log in and initiate the five steps to submit a publication request. authors can use the journal template to write their research and submit to journal editor.


Publication Acceptance Decisions
The editorial board is responsible for approving the publication of scientific research submitted to the journal. Papers submitted to the journal are evaluated to ensure that they meet all criteria of the terms and conditions published in the journal regardless of race, gender, religious background, ethnicity, nationality and political philosophy.
What is taken into consideration is the scientific value, ethical standards of work, integrity of scientific research, language, citation and plagiarism. The editorial committee is committed to improving the scientific sobriety of the journal by publishing research according to its importance, clarity, originality, and compliance with the terms and conditions announced to researchers.
Responsibilities of auditors and arbitrators:
1- Contribute to publishing decisions
The reviewers and referees of the journal assist the editorial committee in making the appropriate decision regarding the research as well as assisting the author in improving his research.
The journal's editorial committee is also obligated not to disclose the names of the reviewers but with the written consent of the reviewers themselves.
2- Objectivity in the arbitration criteria
Objective criteria in judging are essential and personal judgment towards authors should not be overlooked and ignored. The review must be reinforced with clear opinions and scholarly arguments, and must be consistent with the journal's regulations and approved publication standards and conditions.
The journal is committed to correcting all technical errors or errors that result from the publishing process or any modifications that the researcher may request from the journal.
Standards for preparing scientific research:
The researcher(s) must comply with the "publishing policy" regulations and writing style approved by the journal. Accurate research criteria should be provided through clarity of purpose, presentation of results in an accurate and sequential manner, discussion of these results to achieve research objectives along with objective justification of research method and methodology. The research should be enhanced with details of the work as well as with modern scientific references. Research should not include findings reported in other research. Including fraudulent or plagiarized results is unethical and unacceptable behaviour.
Multiple or simultaneous research:
Researchers should not submit their work to more than one journal; Otherwise, it would be against the journal's publishing policies. Researchers may not submit research that is evaluated in another journal that has its own publication policy. The journal accepts publishing theoretical and scientific research from theses, and from laboratory experiments.
Research Authoring:
Specific names should be given to the authors, those who have made a significant contribution to the research including research idea, design, implementation and writing. One of the authors must be appointed as coordinator to be in contact with the journal. The names of the authors are arranged according to the scientific degree or according to the percentage of participation in the research. Otherwise, the journal will arrange the researchers, as the researcher is responsible for communicating with the journal first.
The order of the research in the issued numbers:
The editorial board of the journal arranges the published research within one issue according to the importance of the research and the scientific benefit of the research and the date of receiving the research for arbitration and publication.
Disclosure and conflict of interest:
Researchers must disclose financial or other type of support provided to them. Also, they should disclose any financial inconsistencies or other issues affecting the research findings or interpretations.
Basic and editorial errors:
The researcher(s) must inform the journal if there are errors in the research materials or editorial errors in order to make the necessary corrections. When authors discover a significant error or inaccuracy in a published paper or research results, they must report and cooperate with the journal's editorial staff in order to retract or correct their research according to the appropriate form.
Ethics of medical research involving human or animal experiments:
Authors are to follow Ajrsp's policies for studies and research that include human research and animal experimentation as follows:
Research that includes human subjects
Clinical trials
The Academic Journal for Research and Scientific Publishing applies the guidelines and definitions of the World Health Organization (WHO) for clinical trial.
Every effort should be made to protect patient privacy and anonymity. Identifying information, including photographs, should not be included in the manuscript unless the information is critical and the individual has given written consent. According to the pre-prepared form of the magazine for that.
The use of human subjects or samples must include ethical statements specifying the following:
1. Name of the Institutional Review Board or equivalent committee(s). If consent is not obtained, authors must provide a detailed statement explaining why it is not needed
2. All necessary approvals must be written in the research procedures.
For studies involving humans disaggregated by race, age, disease, disability, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or other socially constructed groups, authors should:
Justify their choices for definitions and categories, including for example whether any rules for human classification are needed by their funding agency, explain how variables such as socioeconomic status, nutrition, environmental exposure, or similar factors were selected in their analysis.
Research involving animal experiments
1- Animal studies must be conducted in accordance with internationally accepted standards.
2- Authors must obtain prior approval from the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) or equivalent ethics committees.
3- The name of the IACUC or equivalent ethics committee, as well as the relevant permit numbers, must be provided when applying
4. Manuscripts describing research involving non-human experiences must include details of animal welfare, including information on housing, feeding, and environmental enrichment, and steps taken to reduce suffering, including the use of anesthesia and the method of sacrifice if appropriate.
5- Authors should declare or confirm any potential risks to individuals, individual privacy, animals, or the environment.