Copyright notice and (re)use of published articles and copyrighted materials
Policy on prepublication
The editorial board of Horizons of Psychology will not consider manuscripts that have been previously published or are in the process of publishing in other publications.
After the manuscript has been accepted for publication, the authors have to fill out and sign the Copyright Agreement. The agreement can be printed and sent to the editor-in-chief by ordinary mail or scanned and sent to the editor's e-mail. By signing the agreement, authors retain ownership of the copyright for their article and grant the publisher the right of first publication under the conditions of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (CC-BY license). This license allows end users to share and adapt published articles with an acknowledgement of the work's authorship and initial publication in this journal.
Reuse of copyrighted materials
If any of the manuscript materials (e.g., table or a figure) are reproduced from another source, authors are required to obtain permission from the copyright holder and proof of permission must be uploaded at the time of submission.
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