Noo-Psychosomatics & Biofeedback
A new peer-reviewed scientific journal
The magazine aims to present the latest research findings in the field of noo-psychosomatic health psychology and the therapeutic effects of the EEG Bio-Feedback method
Editor-in-Chief: Prof Dr h.c. K. Popielski
Editorial Secretary: Dr. Lilia Suchocka
Topics covered in this magazine:
- Individual health and social groups
- Multi-dimensional and multi-faceted health correlates and processes for recovery
- Health hazards: the human being in sickness and in different situations
- Noo-Psychosomatics: diagnosis and therapy
- Existential determinants of health and disease
- Noetic quality (values, a sense of meaning in life, responsibility, hope, etc.)
- Development and functioning of the individual in different situations
- Applying Bio-Feedback: psychological and medical aspects
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- The final version of the article (no more than 20 typed pages) should be sent by e-mail to the address of the editorial secretary:
- The electronic version of the text must be prepared in Times New Roman 12, spacing 1.5.
- The article should include a summary in Polish and in English. Abstracts should be on the first page of the text and must be short.
- The various parts / subparts should be separated (not numbered). Title parts / subparts should be written in capital letters and should be centered.
- The article must be clearly divided into the following sections: introduction; theoretical part; empirical part; results and discussion (or two separate parts – first results, second discussion).
- The text should be written with a line spacing of 1.5. Do not divide words or overuse spaces – between any two words there should always be only one space. Text formatting: please use the advanced features (e.g. setting your paragraph indent tab, centering the title – the relevant function etc.).
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- Drawings, diagrams and tables should be numbered with Arabic numerals, indicating short desciptions. If the figure / table contains shortcuts below the figure / table should be placed out information / footnote with clarification of the shortcut.
- When quoting literature in the text, the surname of the author (without first name or initials of names) and the year should be given. If quote is verbatim, the page number should be added.
- Bibliographical references should be placed at the end of the article in alphabetical order and must contain all items quoted in the text.
- Special attention should be paid to the order and completeness of this information, the correctness of the locations of all spaces and of all punctuation (periods, commas, colons), and capital and lowercase letters.
- The editor reserves the right to make minor adjustments regarding matters of style.
The bibliographical notation of a journal article should look like this: author’s surname, initials of first name(s), year of publication, title of article, title of journal (in italics), issue number, and page numbers.
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