Papers submitted to „Rocznik Kognitywistyczny” (Yearbook of Cognitive Science) must be original, not published before, in Polish or English, 8 to 20 standard typewritten pages long.
The paper should be 8 to 20 pages long, including an abstract (maximum 800 characters) and bibliography. It should use Times New Roman, 12pt, double spaced (1800 characters per page). Document format .doc and .odt are accepted (.docx format will not be accepted!).
Due to the double blind review procedure, the paper should not contain any information that could help identify the authors (names in headers will be removed for the review). Especially, explicit citation of one’s own works should be avoided.
Detailed guidelines on text format can be found in the template (.doc format).
Ghostwriting – a situation in which someone has made a substantial contribution to the paper without disclosing their authorship or mentioning their role in acknowledgements.
Guest authorship (or honorary authorship) – a situation in which someone’s contribution is negligible or none, and yet they are named as author/co-author of a paper.
Plagiarism is a situation in which authors include quotations or paraphrases of previously published works in the paper, without naming the source. A specific form of plagiarism is auto-plagiarism, when authors use fragments of their own previously published works, without disclosing it.
Editorial board introduces the following procedures in order to prevent cases of ghostwriting, guest authorship and plagiarism: