Articles should focus on social science related to cyberspace. The journal is inter-disciplinary.
We publish work by scientists emphasizing psychology, media studies, sociology, political science, nursing and also other disciplines with relevance to psychosocial aspects of cyberspace.
We accept the first of all original
research articles as well as theoretical studies and research meta-analyses. All articles will be reviewed by editors and at least one reviewer.
The author and reviewers are anonymous to each other. The reviewers will fill the standardised review form which will be forwarded to authors
along with the editor's decision.
The full length of the article depends on the individual consideration of the author.
A length between 2,000 to 8,000 words is expected.
The American Psychological Association (APA) citation style needs to be used.
References should be listed alphabetically at the end of the article. Wherever possible, link references to online sources.
Examples of references:
Beck, C. A., & Sales, B. D. (2001). Family meditation: Facto, myths, and future prospects. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
Samuelsson, J., & Hughes, S. (2004). Gender and digital gaming. In K. James, C. Phills, J. Kim & A. Will (Eds.), Internet and society (pp. 128-139). London: University Press.
Mellers, B. A. (2000). Choice of the relative pleasure of consequences. Psychological Bulletin, 126, 910-924.
Send manuscripts to e-mail: info(at)cyberpsychology.eu
Preferred format for articles is MS-Word.
The title page should include author(s) name, title(s), affiliations, a short bio and e-mail address, as well as a title of the article of up to 50 characters.
The second page should consist of a self-explanatory abstract with a length of up to 250 words.
Authors should include 3 - 5 key words.
A possible format for the main document would be "introduction", "methods", "results", "discussion", and "references" plus possible "appendices".
The final page should include the name, phone number, address, and e-mail address of a person to whom correspondence should be directed.
Tables and illustrations
All tables and pictures should be named and numbered in Arabic numerals. Place all tables and pictures in text at the position where they should be placed.
All common formats of tables, pictures, sound and videos are accepted.
Permissions for all formerly published figures such as tables and pictures are required. An author of an article should obtain written copyright
permissions from their original holders.
The Journal is published by the Faculty of Social Studies, Masaryk University, Jostova 10
602 00, Brno, fax: +420 5 4949 1920, e-mail: info(at)cyberpsychology.eu