1. Specialization and structure of the journal. ' Theoretical and Experimental Psychology ' publishes original theoretical and experimental papers in general psychology, educational psychology, differential psychology, personality psychology, history of psychology, physiology, psychology of labor and engineering psychology, clinical psychology, social and organizational psychology, legal psychology and correctional psychology. The journal includes the following sections: theoretical and methodological problems of psychology; original articles; reviews; methods; brief communications; scientific chronicle; information.
2. Article requirements.
2.1. Title of the article in Russian.
2.2. Author's surname and initials.
2.3. The name of the city and the department(s) and institution(s) to which the work should be attributed (if there is more than one author, then the authors working for this or that organization should be indicated with superscript Arabic numerals)
2.4. Summary in no more than 80 words, reflecting the general content of the work, in Russian.
2.5. List of the key words (in Russian, up to 10 words).
2.6. Main text. Experimental papers should have the following structure: "Introduction", "Methods", "Results of the study" ,"Discussion"," Conclusion " and " References ". Brief communications: "Introduction", "Methods", "Results and discussion", "Conclusion".
The structure of the theoretical articles and reviews can be presented in any form depending on the logic of the material presentation.
2.7. Information about the author (last name, first name and middle name, specialization, degree, title, organization and position, contact information (postal address, zip code, phone, e-mail)).
3. Manuscript formal requirements. The text file must be completed in Microsoft Word 97 or higher. Page format - A4. All fields - 20 mm. Type font - Times New Roman, size - 14 pt, one-and-a-half line spacing, full justification, paragraph indention - 1.25 cm. Figures and tables are allowed only in black and white and should be included in the text and also provided in a separate graphic file. All formulas and letter symbols used in the formulas should be typed in the equation editor Microsoft Equation (indicate the equation number next to its right side in brackets).
The article should be clear, concise, without repetition and duplication of text data tables and figures. All marks and abbreviations in the text should be deployed. Reduction of words, names, titles (except for abbreviations of common measures of physical and mathematical variables and terms) is not allowed. Pictures, diagrams, graphs, photographs should be attached on different pages of a separate file (.jpg or .tiff). There should be indications in the text where the particular picture must be inserted. The tables are placed in the course of the text or attached separately. Tables should be obvious and compact. All tables should be numbered in Arabic numerals and supplied with headers. The table name and headers must match exactly their content. The number of illustrative material (tables, figures, charts, graphs, photographs) should be minimal (usually no more than 4-5).
4. Requirements for citation. The literature cited in the article (author, title, place, publisher, year of publication and page) should be presented in alphabetical order in a list at the end of the article. Books in foreign languages should be placed after the Russian ones. In the text a reference to the source is given in the form of a sequence number (in brackets) of the quoted source.
5. Manuscript size. Theoretical articles and reviews - no more than 24 pages (about 40,000 characters), original articles - up to 14 pages (22,000 characters), brief communications - no more than 8 pages (14,000 characters).
6. Accepted manuscripts are reviewed by the leading experts in these fields, and then the final decision is made to publish the manuscript. Rejected manuscripts will not be returned.
7. Publication of works already published or sent to the editorial board of other journals is not allowed.
8. The editors reserve the right to reduce the amount of materials sent and to carry out any necessary scientific and literary editing.
10. Manuscripts should be sent to the editorial board of the journal for Sergey Malykh at: