Author(s) who wish to publish an article in the Hellenic Journal of Psychology must send it in triplicate, along with a disc copy of the manuscript in Rich Text Format (rtf) or Word Document (doc) file type, to the Editor: Prof. Dr. Anastasia Efklides, School of Psychology, Aristotle University of Thessalonihki, 541 24 Thessaloniki, Greece. Tel. ++30-2310-997374. Fax ++30-2310-997384.
Electronic submission of the manuscript is also possible and should be sent as attached file in rtf or doc file type to the e-mail address:
1. The formatting of the manuscripts should be as follows: typewritten on A4 paper, with double-space and sufficient margins, in Times New Roman font, size 12.
2. The length of the manuscript should be up to 25 typewritten pages including text, abstract, tables, figures / illustrations and bibliography.
3. Submitted manuscripts will be sent for blind review to two experts in the field after an initial screening by the Editor. Acceptance for publication will be based on the reviewers' remarks and evaluation.
4. The manuscript must include an abstract of no more than 120 words. The abstract will be in Greek and in English, in two separate pages, if the text is in Greek; only English abstract should be provided if the text is in English. At the end of the abstract(s), the author should give no more than three key words.
5. Author(s) should follow the guidelines of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (4th ed., 1994) in the preparation of their
6. The first page of the manuscript should contain only the title of the
manuscript. The author(s) should prepare a
separate page with the title, the author(s)΄ name(s), affiliation, address, telephone, fax number, and e-mail address. In the case of a manuscript in Greek, a similar first page should be prepared in English.
7. Tables are given in separate pages after the references. The figures /
illustrations are also given on separate sheets after the tables, without numbering of the page, but with labels (e.g., Figure 1, Diagram 1, etc.). The position of the tables and figures / illustrations in the text should be clearly indicated. The captions of the figures / illus-trations should be given in a separate page after the tables.
8. References in the text should include the author(s)' name and year of
publication. In case of more than one references, the names of the authors are given in al-phabetical order. For example, the three most common cases of references are: Aizen (1985), or Kohlberg and Higgins (1987), or (Aizen, 1985; Beck, Ward, Mendelson, & Erbaugh, 1961; Kohlberg & Higgins, 1987).
9. The bibliography (references) should follow the text, starting from a new page. References are cited in alphabetical order, as follows: References to
journals: Marsh, H. W. (1990). A multidimensional, hierarchical self-concept: Theoretical and empirical justification.
Educational Psychology Review, 2, 77-171. References to
edited books: Baltes, P. B., & Nesselroade, J. R. (Eds.). (1979).
Longitudinal research in the study of behavior and development. London: Academic. References to
authored books: Burns, R. B. (1979). The self-concept: Theory, measurement,
behaviour. London: Longman. References to
chapters in edited books: Duda, J. L. (1993). Goals: A social cognitive approach to the study of achievement motivation in sport. In R. N. Singer, M. Murphey, & L. K. Tennant (Eds.),
Handbook of research in sport psychology (pp. 421-436). New York: Macmillan.
10. The copyright of the published papers belongs to the Hellenic Journal of Psychology and the publisher.
11. Submitted manuscripts are considered for publication if they are original and have not been submitted elsewhere. Manuscripts are not returned to author(s).
12. The author(s) are responsible and should provide to the editor of HJP all necessary permissions to use or reproduce in their article any copyrighted work. Fail-ure to this implies that the article will not be published in HJP.