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  • Journal is included to the «B» category of scientific professional editions list of Ukraine from 17.03.2020, order number 409.
  • Dear colleagues! As a result of evaluation by international scientometric database specialists, «Technologies of intellect development» journal received 79,71 of Index Copernicus (ICV) for 2019 (ICV grew from 71, 81 in 2018).

Articles to the next journal`s issue are accepted until October 15 2022.

Open e-journal of Department of Modern Information Technologies of Education

ISSN 2223-0521. Journal's issues and articles are indexed in DOI.

The publication is online. The print version is not published.

UDC 159.924

Established in 2011.

Aims and objectives

The main objectives of the journal are:
1. Construction of the informational and educational environment.
2. Improving the transparency and accessibility of education in the field of thinking's development.
3. Providing users with free public services in the field of intellect development's technologies.
4. Advancing the science and practice of psychology.

Subjects

Psychology, Psychology of intellect, life success psychology, psychology and pedagogy of distance education, methodology of information equipping of instruction, improvement of distance learning

Category of science

Psychology, Educational and Developmental Psychology, Psychology of Intellect

Frequency

4 times a year

Professional registration in the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine.

Journal is a part of international scientific journal indexes:

Academic Resource Index Research Bible (Japan)

Scientific Indexing Services (USA)

Index Copernicus International (Poland)

Scope Database (India)

Vernadsky National Library of Ukraine (Ukraine)

Eurasian Scientific Journal Index (Kazakhstan)

Google Scholar (USA) Google Scholar

Founders: G.S. Kostyuk Institute of Psychology of NAES of Ukraine, Department of Modern Information Technologies of Education

Familiarize, please, with requirements to registration of the articles.

 

Information about members of editorial board of open e-journal technologies of intellect development:

Марина Лазарівна Смульсон

The Head of Editorial Board, Senior editor M. Smulson, Full member of NAPS of Ukraine, Head of the Department of Modern Information Technologies of Education, G.S. Kostyuk Institute of Psychology, NAES of Ukraine, Dr. Sc. Psychology, Professor

Юнона Миколаївна Лотоцька

Deputy editor-in-chief Yu. Lototska, Leading Researcher, Department of Modern Information Technologies of Education, G.S. Kostyuk Institute of Psychology, NAES of Ukraine, PhD

Maxym Mykolayovych Nazar

Deputy editor-in-chief M. Nazar, Leading Researcher, Department of Modern Information Technologies of Education, G.S. Kostyuk Institute of Psychology, NAES of Ukraine, PhD

Мещеряков Дмитро Сергійович

Editor of foreign language content D. Mescheryakov, Junior Researcher, Department of Modern Information Technologies of Education, G.S. Kostyuk Institute of Psychology, NAES of Ukraine, PhD

Members of editorial board

  1. Chepeleva N., assistant Head for scientific research of G.S. Kostyuk Institute of Psychology NAES of Ukraine, academician of NAES of Ukraine, Dr. Sc. Psychology, Professor.
  2. Kokun O., Head of Department of psychophysiology of G.S. Kostyuk Institute of Psychology NAES of Ukraine, Dr. Sc. Psychology, Professor.
  3. Gergely Tomash, PhD, Department of applied logic, director. Hungary, Budapest.
  4. Shymko V., Dr. in Psychology, Professor of preschool psychology and pedagogy education department of State Higher Educational Institution «Pereiaslav–Khmelnytskyi Hryhorii Skovoroda State Pedagogical University».
  5. Volobueva O., Vice-rector for scientific work of the National Academy of the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine named after Bogdan Khmelnitsky, Doctor of Psychological Sciences, Professor.
  6. Rudnitskaya S., Head of the Laboratory of Cognitive Psychology of the Institute of Psychology named after GS Kostiuk NAPS of Ukraine, Doctor of Psychological Sciences, Associate Professor.
  7. Mikhalchuk N., Doctor of Psychology, Professor, the head of the department of Practice of English, Rivne, State University of the humanitie.
  8. Serdiuk L., Head of the Laboratory of Personality Psychology of the Institute of Psychology named after GS Kostiuk NAPS of Ukraine, Doctor of Psychological Sciences, Professor.
  9. Sannikova O., Head of the Department of General and Differential Psychology of the South Ukrainian National Pedagogical University named after K.D. Ushinsky, Doctor of Psychological Sciences, Professor.
  10. Molyako V., Head of Department of psychology of creativity of G.S. Kostyuk Institute of Psychology NAES of Ukraine, Academician of NAES of Ukraine, Dr. Sc. Psychology, Professor.

 

Information about publications in the journal

  1. General information.

The journal accepts original, previously unpublished articles on general psychology, pedagogical and age psychology, psychology of intelligence, etc. Email address for articles is [email protected]

The author (co-authors) can publish only one article in one issue.

The number of co-authors is limited to 4 people. In the case of a larger number of authors, if the manuscript is not related to large-scale research at the national or international level (for example, within grants and research projects on state budget issues), it is necessary to justify the personal contribution of each author.

  1. Articlesare accepted from next areas of psychology:
  • general psychology;
  • psychology of development, problems of development in various fields of psychology;
  • psychology of gerontogenesis;
  • psychological technologies and mechanisms;
  • cyberpsychology;
  • psychology of intelligence;
  • psychology of subjectness;
  • psychology ofthe virtual learning space;
  • psychology of life success;
  • psychology and pedagogy of distance education and distance learning;
  • methodology of digitalization of education;
  • interdisciplinary research related to psychology.
  1. Terms of submission and publication of manuscripts.

Articles are accepted constantly.

The article should have a structure, necessary references to primary sources and design in accordance with the requirements for the design of articles.

Language of articles: English, Ukrainian.

The following types of articles are welcome: empirical, theoretical, clinical; reviews, meta-research studies.

Priority is given to the publication of manuscripts, which highlight the results of empirical research.

Volume from 20,000 (12 p.) to 40,000 (24 p.) or, in exceptional cases for theoretical-methodological and review articles, up to 60,000 (36 p.) characters, including tables and references.

The number of sources should be at least 40 for reviews and at least 20 for empirical articles.

Self-citation is no more than 10% of the total number of sources.

New sources indexed in Scopus and / or Web of Science must be used.

Anonymisation of the author in the body of the manuscript: if you cited your own work, make sure you cited your own references from a third party, for example, write "Author (s) (2022) demonstrated ..." instead of "We have previously demonstrated ... ». Do not add information to the text of the article that would identify you.

Submitted manuscripts are subject to double "blind" review and plagiarism testing. Plagiarized manuscripts will be rejected.

The allowable percentage of previously published own texts of the author (authors) is no more than 20%.

The editorial board does not help with formalization of manuscripts to the proper level.

Authors and co-authors of articles published in the journal "Technologies of Intellect Development" are fully responsible for their content, in particular for the accuracy of the information provided, for the correctness of interpretations and conclusions. The editors of the journal "Technologies of Intellect Development" are not liable to authors, co-authors, other people, as well as government agencies, commercial and other organizations for possible damage caused by the publication of the article or articles or the content of the published article (s). The editors of the journal "Technologies of Intellect Development" reserve the right to remove an article from the journal if it finds out the fact or facts of violation of someone's rights and / or generally accepted norms of scientific ethics.

The article should contain enough details and links to allow others to reproduce scientific research. Fraudulent or knowingly inaccurate statements are unethical and unacceptable.

For more information on the ethics of publications, you can contact, for example, KitPublishingEthicsResource.

  1. Organizational structureof articles.

The journal uses a common standard IMRaD structure with the following elements:

  • UDC. Must match the profile of the journal and the subject of the research;
  • Abstract. Brief structured description of the article. It should contain: purpose of the study, research methods and techniques, results, conclusions;
  • 4-10 words that characterize the manuscript;
  • It describes why there is a need for research and what problems it can solve, which question is answered specifically by this article. The relevance of the study is noted; problem statement and analysis of sources are carried out, the purpose of research is formed. It is reported what research already exists on this topic, what is the current state of research; the theoretical information necessary for understanding the article is covered;
  • Theoretical and empirical methods with the formulation of their using purpose ;

Adherence to ethical standards. Indicate whether informed consent was obtained from potential participants in the experiment to voluntarily participate in the study. If the experiment involves preschool or school-age children, informed consent must be obtained from the children's parents or other legal representatives. It is indicated whether the ethical principles (which ones) were followed during the empirical research. Indicate whether the ethical examination of the research has been carried out and whether it has been approved by the Research Ethics Committee;

References to the sources published in the Scopus and / or Web of Science scientometric databases are required.

  1. Compliance of the study with ethical standards.

To ensure the objectivity and transparency of research, as well as adherence to accepted principles of ethical and professional conduct, authors should include information on sources of funding, potential conflicts of interest (financial or non-financial), availability of informed consent for voluntary human participation in the experimental study (if the experimental study provides for the participation of preschool and school-age children, then informed consent must be obtained from the parents of children).

During a certain period of time, authors can submit an article for consideration only in the journal "Intelligence Development Technologies". Submitting the same manuscript to several journals at the same time is unethical behavior towards the publisher (s) and is unacceptable.

Authors / co-authors are not allowed to publish an article that has already been published in the journal "Technologies of Intellect Development" in other publications, if the latter are not electronic databases.

The authorship of articles submitted to the journal "Technologies of Intellect Development" for review and publication should be limited to authors who have made a significant contribution to the relevant research.

Correspondence with the editors of the journal "Technologies of Intellect Development" by one of the authors is assessed as a guarantee of the latter that other co-authors of the article (if any) support the intention to publish the article in the journal and approved the final version.

If the author finds a significant error or inaccuracy in the published article, he must immediately notify the editor of the journal "Technologies of Intellect Development", the publisher of this journal or its administrator and work with the editor to withdraw or correct the article.

If an editor or publisher learns from a third party that a published article contains a important error, the author's responsibility is to withdraw or correct the article immediately.

The editors reserve right to reject manuscripts that do not comply with the positions on compliance with ethical standards, as well as in case of refusal of the Author to provide appropriate supporting documents on compliance with ethical rules. The author is responsible for the provided information.

  1. Reviewing and editorial ethics.

Learn more about the review process and editorial ethics: read the declaration of conflict of interest and the form of consent of the author, read the form of blind review and an example of such a form.

Privacy Statement.

Names, surnames, patronymics and e-mail addresses provided by you during the registration on this site will be used exclusively for technical purposes: to contact with you or with reviewers (editors) in the process of preparing your article for publication. The editorial board of the journal "Technologies of Intellect Development" and its administration will in no case provide this information to other persons or organizations.

Publication ethics and Malpractice Statement.

The editors of "Technologies of Intellect Development" work in accordance with the international principles of publications ethics, including but not limited to the policy of confidentiality, prevention of possible conflicts of interest etc. The editorial board follows the recommendations of the Committee on Publication Ethics and, in particular, the Publishing Ethics Resource Kit proposed by Elsevier.

Editors and reviewers responsibilities.

Editors and reviewers should evaluate manuscripts according to their intellectual content, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, nationality, or political views.

The objective evaluation of manuscripts is ensured, in particular, by double-blind review.

Any submitted manuscript is considered a confidential document. The editorial board and any editorial staff are obliged not to disclose any information about the submitted manuscript to anyone other than the author, reviewers, potential reviewers, other editorial consultants and the publisher, if necessary. Unpublished material disclosed in the submitted manuscript should not be used in the editor's own research without the written consent of the author.

Editors should withdraw (ie, ask a co-editor, associate editor, or other editorial board member to work with material instead of reviewing it) when reviewing manuscripts in which they have conflicts of interest as a result of competitive, joint, or other ties communication with any of the authors, companies or (possibly) institutions related to the submitted materials.

The editorial board should take reasonable action when ethical complaints arise about a submitted manuscript or published article in conjunction with the publisher (or society). Such measures usually include contact with the author of the manuscript or document and due consideration of the relevant complaint or claim, but may also include further communication to relevant institutions and scientific organizations.

When reviewing the submitted manuscripts, the reviewers take into account their relevance to the topic of the journal "Technologies of Intellect Development", validity, relevance, originality and readability of the manuscripts.

As a result of the review, the submitted article may be: a) accepted for publication without comments/revisions, b) with comments/revisions or c) rejected.

During the decision to publish the article, the editorial board is guided by the policy of the journal "Technologies of Intellect Development" and current legislation of Ukraine, in particular, in the field of copyright.

Article, approved to publication by the editorial board of the journal "Technologies of Intellect Development" is posted on the website of the journal in open access. Editors and reviewers should evaluate manuscripts according to their intellectual content, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, nationality, or political views.

  1. Technical requirements for the design of the article.

Margins: all 2 cm

Paragraph – 1.25 cm.

Format: MS Word (docx).

Set: Times New Roman, size 14, interval – 1.5.

The text is typed without hyphens.

Figures are presented in high resolution - 600 DPI for graphics products and 300 DPI drawings. Figures are numbered sequentially according to the text. Figures are signed at the top center. Orientation of figures: in the center.

The tables are signed at the top. Orientation of tables: in the center. Orientation of cell contents is allowed arbitrarily. Tables are numbered sequentially according to the text.

Formulas are prepared in Microsoft Equation. Only Latin characters are allowed. The number of each formula is indicated.

The volume of the article is from 20,000 (12 p.) to 40,000 (24 p.) or, in exceptional cases for theoretical-methodological and review articles, up to 60,000 (36 p.) characters, including tables, bibliography and spaces.

The number of references should be at least 40 for reviews and at least 20 for empirical articles.

  1. Article design.

UDC code

Title of the article

Title of the article (in Ukrainian)

Name and surname of the author

Academic title, scientific degree, position

Name and surname of the author (in Ukrainian)

Academic title, scientific degree, position (in Ukrainian)

Orcid Id

Optional: Researcher and\or Scopus ID:

[email protected]

Place of work, postal address of the institution

Place of work, postal address of the institution (in Ukrainian)

Abstract

Abstract 1800-2300 characters.

Keywords: keywords through a comma (4-10 words).

Abstract (in Ukrainian)

Abstract in Ukrainian 1800-2300 characters.

Keywords: keywords in Ukrainian through a comma (4-10 words).

Introduction

Article text

Methods

Article text

Results

Article text

Discussions

Article text

Conclusions

Article text

Funding (optional)

This research was funded by …

Acknowledgment (optional)

This research was supported ...

Conflict of interests

The author (s) declare no conflict of interest.

References

(examples)

Smulson, M. L., Ditiuk, P. P., Kovalenko-Kobylianska, I. H., Meshcheriakov, D. S., & Nazar, M. M. (2021). Psykholohichni mekhanizmy stanovlennia subiektnosti doroslykh u virtualnomu prostori: monohrafiia [Psychological mechanisms of the adults subjectness becoming in the virtual space: a monograph]. Smulson, M. L. (Ed.). Kyiv – Lviv: Vydavets Viktoriia Kundelska [in Ukrainian].

Smulson, M. L., Meshcheriakov, D. S., & Nazar M. M. (2020). Psykholohichni zasady proiektuvannia internet-resursiv dlia rozvytku subiektnosti doroslykh [Psychological basis of internet resources designing for the adult`s subjectness development]. Tekhnolohii rozvytku intelektu, 4(3). http://doi.org/10.31108/3.2020.4.3.1 [in Ukrainian].

 

Open access statement

The journal "Technologies of Intellect Development" is loyal in providing open access for academic work. All original articles and reviews published in this journal are freely available immediately after publication. We do not receive any rewards for downloading and viewing any articles by readers for their own academic use.

"Technologies of Intellect Development" is also licensed under a Creative Commons CC-BY-NC-ND license. This allows you to copy articles for free, for non-commercial use only and with appropriate citations. All authors published in "Intelligence Development Technologies" are accepted as conditions of publication Creative Commons License.

 

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