ISSN 0103-863X printed version
ISSN 1982-4327 online version

INSTRUCTIONS TO AUTHORS

 

Publication guidelines

The journal Paidéia is affiliated with the Graduate Program in Psychology at the University of São Paulo at Ribeirão Preto School of Philosophy, Sciences and Languages. Issued since 1991, it published original research in Psychology every four months. The authors are solely responsible for the papers published, whose opinions and judgments do not necessarily reflect those of the Editorial Board.

 

Publication types accepted by Paidéia

1. Research report: research papers based on empirical data, obtained through scientific methods. Paidéia mainly publishes papers that disseminate recent original research results. Limited to 25 pages, including resumo, abstract, resumen, figures, tables and references (not including the title page).

2. Theoretical study: analysis of theoretical constructs, aimed at questioning existing models and elaborating hypothesis for further research. Limited to 25 pages, including resumo, abstract, resumen, figures, tables and references (not including the title page). Submission of these manuscripts is not free, and limited to authors invited by the Editor.

3. Systematic literature review: analysis of a broad research structure, focusing on subjects of interest to Psychology. The systematic review should describe the method used to search original studies in detail, as well as the criteria used to select the papers included in the review and the procedures applied to synthesize the results the included studies obtained (which may or may not be meta-analysis procedures). Limited to 25 pages, including resumo, abstract, resumen, figures, tables and references (not including the title page).

Paidéia strongly discourages multiple manuscripts on the same research.

 

Editorial board review

The editorial review process only starts if the submitted manuscript strictly complies with the conditions published in the Publication Guidelines. If this is not the case, the submitted manuscript will be refused and filed. If a manuscript fits into one of the publication categories specified above, it will be submitted to pre-analysis by the Editorial Board. After checking for compliance with all Publication Guidelines, it will be forwarded for review by ad hoc consultants, presupposing that: (a) it has not been published elsewhere or is not under other editors analysis, (b) manuscripts with similar contents should not have been published or be under any other editor’s analysis, (c) all listed authors approved its submission to Paidéia for publication; (d) any person mentioned as a source of personal communication previously approved his/her citation through the signing of a written document.

The editorial process of Paidéia is based on double blind peer review, which means that the authors and ad hoc reviewers’ identities are not revealed. The process starts when the manuscript is submitted to Paidéia, followed by a confirmation receipt from the journal Secretariat. First, the Editorial Board analyzes the original, based on the following criteria: (a) contents in accordance with the journal’s thematic line; (b) originality, relevance of the theme and quality of the scientific method used; (c) compliance with the editorial standards the journal adopts.

The result of this pre-analysis phase can be: (a) the manuscript returns to the authors for modifications, in case formal requirements are not complied with; (b) rejection or (c) continuation of the review process if the manuscript complies with the above criteria.

Next, the Editorial Board will analyze the submitted papers, supported by ad hoc reviewers of renowned competence in the specific knowledge area. The abstract is used to consult the reviewers. In general, between three and five researchers are invited to issue their expert opinion. In case an invited reviewer meets any impediment to pronounce him/herself on the manuscript (professional or financial conflict of interests, direct and indirect benefits), the Editorial Board should be informed. The first review round starts with the forwarding of the full manuscript to those reviewers who accepted the invitation. At least two reviewers assessed each manuscript. The analysis will be based on the assessment instrument the journal adopts. After an accurate analysis of the submitted manuscript, the reviewers suggest rejection or recommend publication – which can be conditioned to recommended changes. Each reviewer issues an opinion on a standard form and finishes with his/her judgment, marking one out of five alternatives below, three of which refer to possible acceptance and two to rejection.

In conditions for acceptance: Excellent; Good, with some shortages; Good, but needs a broad review.

No conditions for acceptance: Needs extensive reformulation for resubmission; Rejected for publication.

Acceptance of the submitted manuscript can be conditioned to modifications that aim to improve the text’s clarity or precision. The authors will receive the full versions of the reviewers’ opinions. The Editorial Board can further comment on the manuscript and inform this to the authors. Manuscripts recommended for publication but subject to modifications should be reformulated with a view to final acceptance. The reformulated version should be returned within 30 days, together with a letter from the authors to the Editorial Board, submitted in an additional document, listing the changes that were made based on the criticism/suggestions in the reviewers’ opinions, and justifying any suggestions that were not accepted. If the authors do not forward the revised manuscript and response letter within this deadline, the editorial process will be terminated, in any phase of the submission process.

The Editorial Board will assess the response letter with the justifications, the reformulated manuscript and the Editorial Board’s opinion on the original version. If necessary, these documents can also be forwarded to the ad hoc consultants, who will assess the reformulations in line with the opinions issued, also assessing consistencies in the authors’ arguments. After this analysis, it is the responsibility of the Board to judge whether the manuscript can be published or requires further changes, or if it will be rejected. If the Editorial Board decides that the manuscript needs further changes, a new reformulation will be requested, following the process described above. Manuscripts can be submitted to two reformulations at most.

If the manuscript displays conditions for acceptance, the Editorial Board will submit the opinions and text to a final analysis, looking for any further changes needed. If approved, the manuscript will be forwarded for the final standardization procedures with a view to publication. It should be clarified that, based on the opinions issued, the Editor-in-Chief is responsible for making the final judgment on the manuscript’s acceptance or refusal. The authors will be informed of this decision.

In specific situations (inconsistent opinions, ethical issues, ambivalent judgment, among others), the reformulated version of the manuscript can also be forwarded to a third ad hoc reviewer. In this analysis, the reviewer can reject the manuscript, suggest further changes (s)he may find necessary or accept the reformulated version. The Editorial Board will analyze the opinions to decide on whether or not to recommend publication.

The approved manuscript will be forwarded for bibliographic review by the journal’s librarian, followed by standardization by the Editorial and Technical Team of Paidéia, with a view to final formal corrections. Small modifications in the text writing/structure can be made, upon the Board’s decision. After these procedures, the approved manuscripts are forwarded for design. The composition of the papers approved for publication in each journal issue is based on the diversification of authorship per geographical region and institution, which implies that acceptance of the manuscript is not conditioned to its immediate publication. PDF files are forwarded to the librarian team for indexation and to a specialized professional to prepare the texts in the SciELO method. The final phase involves the distribution of print copies to authors, indexers, libraries linked with the Brazilian Network of Psychology Libraries (ReBAP), the editorial board and ad hoc consultants. Each author of a published paper will receive a copy of the issue in which his/her study was published. In the final issue of each journal volume, the list of ad hoc consultants who cooperated with the assessment of manuscripts in that year will be published.

 

Copyright/publication ethics

The Editorial Board authorizes free access to and distribution of published contentes, provided that the source is cited, that is, granding credit to the authors and Paidéia and preserving the full text. The author is allowed to place the final version (postprint / editor’s PDF) in an institutional/thematic repositor or personal page (site, blog), immediately after publication, provided that it is available for open access and comes without any embargo period. Full reference should be made to the first publication in Paidéia. Access to the paper should at least be aligned with the access the journal offers.

As a legal entity, the University of São Paulo at Ribeirão Preto School of Philosophy, Sciences and Languages owns and holds the copyright deriving from the publication. To use the papers, Paidéia adopts the Creative Commons Licence, CC BY-NC non-commercial attribution. This licence permits access, download, print, share, reuse and distribution of papers, provided that this is for non-commercial use and that the source is cited, giving due authorship credit to Paidéia. In these cases, neither authors nor editors need any permission.

When deriving from research involving human beings, manuscripts need IRB approval, in compliance with the guidelines and standards of the Brazilian National Health Council Resolution 196/96 – Ministry of Health. Authors should attach the digital copy of the IRB declaration of approval, according to instructions displayed further ahead.

 

Reproduction of other publications

Citations of more than 500 words, reproductions of one or more figures, tables or other illustrions should be accompanied by written permission from the copyright owner of the original work with a view to reproduction in Paidéia. This permission has to be addressed to the author of the submitted manuscript. Secondarily obtained rights will not be transferred under any circumstance.

 

Authorship

The attribution of authorship is based on the substantial contribution of each person listed as an author, concerning the conception and planning of the research project, data collection or analysis and interpretation, writing and critical review. The indication of the authors’ names, immediately below the article title, is limited to six. Further collaborators should be listed under acknowledgements.

 

General orientations for submission

Manuscripts have to be submitted through the electronic publication process management system available at http://submission.scielo.br/index.php/paideia. The Editorial Board will not consider manuscripts that are forwarded by common mail, fax, e-mail or any other form than online submissions.

When submitting, the authors should attach the following files in the system (in the specific field):

Manuscripts submitted onle received a numerical identification protocol.

Paidéia fully adopts the publication standards of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th edition, 2010). It is important to observe some steps before submitting the manuscript: (1) carefully revise the text for grammatical correction, typos and bibliographic errors, also considering the items included in the submission; (2) check whether all requisites of the Publication Guidelines were complied with.

When submitting online, the manuscript should be submitted to Paidéia in one of the following languages: Portuguese, English or Spanish. Texts should be formatted as follows: double lining (distance of 1 cm between lines), in font Times New Roman, size 12, across the text, especting the page limit. The manuscript should be number as from the title page, which will receive page number 1. The A4 format should be adopted, with 2.5cm margins (upper, lower, left and right) and indentation of the first line of the paragraph: tab = 1.25cm.

The presentation of the papers has to follow a specific order, considering:

1. Title page without personal data, including:

1.1. Full title in Portuguese, not exceeding 12 words;

1.2. Full title in English, compatible with the Portuguese version;

1.3. Full title in Spanish, compatible with the Portuguese version;

1.4. Suggested running title in English, not exceeding 50 characters (including letters, punctuation and spaces).

Attention: As the manuscript is submitted to blind review. The authors are responsible for checking that there are no elements capable of identifying them in any part of the text. Paidéia is not responsible for procedures by authors who do not comply with this guideline. The author’s name should be removed from the file properties, using the tool “Properties”, in the file menu of MS Word, and from any other part of the submitted manuscript. No attachments and appendices will be accepted, nor colored illustrations, reproductions of photographs, shadowed tables or footnotes in the text. Reproduction of any part of published works will only be permitted if accompanied by the authors’ authorization for publication in Paidéia.

In case of approval, papers will be published in the full version in English (in print and online). In other words, for publication, the authors have to provide for the translation of the manuscript (as approved) to English and cover the costs of this translation. To guarantee the quality and uniformity of texts translated into English, only accredited translators are allowed to perform these translations. The Committee of Accredited Translators comprises highly qualified professionals with proven experience in scientific translations.

2. Abstract, in Portuguese. The abstract limit is 150 words. In case of research reports, the abstract should include: a short description of the research problem, purpose, relevant sample characteristics, data collection method, results and conclusions (or final considerations for qualitative studies). Final considerations should present the implications or applications of the produced knowledge. For research reports, the method should provide consistent information about the participants, instruments and procedures used. Only the most important results, which respond to the research purposes, should be mentioned in the abstract. No references should be included.
The abstract has to be followed by three to five keywords for indexation, which should accurately classify the paper, permitting a fast recovery with similar papers in case of a bibliographic research. Keywords have to be selected through the instrument available at: http://www.bvs-psi.org.br/ – consult: Terminologies and Psi Terminology , where the Vocabulary of Terms in Psychology is available.
Abstracts of systematic literature reviews or theoretical studies should included: topic addressed (in a statement), objective, thesis or construct under analysis or study organizer, used sources (e.g. an observation made by the author, published literature), and conclusions.

3.  Abstract. The abstract limit is 150 words. It should comply with the same specifications as the Portuguese version, including the Keywords, in accordance with the Vocabulary of Terms in Psychology.

4. Resumen. The abstract limit is 150 words. It should comply with the same specifications as the Portuguese version, including the Palabras clave, in accordance with the Vocabulary of Terms in Psychology.

5. The text itself. The text should be organized for easy access, using a system of titles and subtitles that reflect this standardization. For qualitative research reports, the text has to include: Introduction, Method, Results and further Discussion (in a single section) and Final Considerations. In quantitative studies, Results and Discussion should come in separate sections, followed by the Conclusion. In the Methods section, include: Participants, Instruments, Procedure (subdivided in Data Collection and Data Analysis); at the end of the Methods section, include Ethical Considerations, mentioning IRB approval, name of the institution the IRB is affiliated with and the protocol number. The section “Final Considerations” or “Conclusion”, according to the study approach, should remain limited to the main contributions the research offers to the knowledge area in the context of Psychology. Besides implications and possible applications of the knowledge produced, limitations and developments in terms of future research perspectives should also be appointed. 
Suggested places to include figures and tables have to be indicated in the text. Quotations of other authors have to be done according to APA standards, as exemplified under section VII. Full transcriptions of a text have to be delimited by quotation marks and reference to the author, followed by the number of the page referred to. A literal quotation with 40 or more words has to be presented in a single block, starting with a new line, 05 (five) spaces from the border, in the same position as a paragraph. The font size should be 12, similar to the rest of the text. This type of citation should be avoided Authors are fully responsible for the contents and exactness of citations.

6. References. The references used should be coherent with the study’s theoretical-methodological framework. In this sense, literature on the research theme should be recovered, privileging scientific papers to the detriment of other publication modes. References should be up-to-date. At least 50% should date back to the last five years, counted from the submission date. Non-compliance with this guideline implies return of the manuscript to the authors. The Editor, with support from the Editorial Board and ad hoc reviewers, can judge special cases that do not strictly fit into this criterion.

7. Figures and Tables should be inserted after the References section. The suggested place of insertion should be indicated in the body of the text though. The words Figure and Table in the texts should always be spelled with the first letter in upper case, followed by the respective number they refer to. Expressions like “the Table above” or the “Figure below” should not be used, as locations can change during the editing process. APA standards do not include the names Charts and Graphs, but only Tables and Figures. Figures and Tables should be presented with their respective legends and titles, one per page.

7.1 Figures, including subtitles, in black and white. As the published version cannot exceed 8.3 cm width for single figures and 17.5 cm width for complex figures, the author should make sure that no subtitle quality is lost in case width reduction is necessary. Reproductions of drawings will not be accepted. The quantity of figures and tables cannot exceed five.

7.2 Tables, including titles and notes, should be produced in black and white, one per page. The published table cannot exceed (17.5 x 23.7) cm (width x length). When preparing them, the author should limit the width to 60 characters for single tables to occupy a printed column, including three character-spaces between table columns, limiting complex tables to a 125-character width to occupy two printed columns. The table length cannot exceed 55 lines, including title and footnotes. For other details, especially for anomalous cases, please refer to APA’s manual. The quantity of figures and tables cannot exceed five units.

Numerical and statistical information should be presented in compliance with the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association(6th edition, 2010). For manuscripts written in Portuguese, numerical information should be standardized in line with Carzola, Silva and Vendramini (2009) in the book Publicar em Psicologia: Um enfoque para a revista científica, which can be accessed free of charge at the following electronic address:  http://www.ip.usp.br/portal/images/stories/biblioteca/Publicar-em-Psicologia.pdf

In case of papers written in Portuguese, the authors should solve occasional inconsistencies between APA standards and writing in Portuguese, in view of general rules for writing in that language.

Formatting of the manuscript, tables, figures and other elements should strictly comply with the APA manual. Before submitting, the authors should assess whether the manuscript complies with the checklist displayed on pages 241-243 of the APA manual. Non-compliance with these elements can represent a reason for the Editorial Board to reject the manuscript. As a complementary source, authors should access online ifnromation on the APA manual at: http://www.apastyle.org/

 

Examples of citations in the body of the manuscript

Citation of papers with multiple authors

1. Two authors

Authors’ last name is explicit in all citations by using and or & as mentioned below:

The method proposed by Siqueland and Delucia (1969) but “The method was initially proposed for sight study (Siqueland & Delucia, 1969).

2. From three to five authors

Every author’s last name is explicit in the first citation, as above. From the second citation on, only the first author’s surname is explicit, followed by “et al.” and the year, if it is the first citation of a reference inside the same paragraph:

Spielberg, Gorsuch and Luschene (1924) verified that [first citation]

Spielberger et al. (1924) observed that [next quote, first in the paragraph]

Spielberg et al. verified that [the year is omitted in the following citations when in the same paragraph]

Exception: If the abbreviated form results in identitcal references to two papers with different co-authors, authors’ names are mentioned to avoid any mix-up. Hayes, S. C., Brownstein, A. J., Hass, J. R., & Greenway, D. E. (1986) and Hayes, S. C., Brownstein, A. J., Zettle, R. D., Rosenfarb, I., & Korn, Z. (1986) papers are mentioned as follows:

Hayes, Brownstein, Hass et al. (1986) and Hayes, Brownstein, Zettle at al. (1986) verified that…

In the References section, all names are mentioned.

3. Six or more authors

In the text, from the first citation onwards, only the first author’s surname is mentioned, followed by “et al.”, except in case of ambiguities, when the same procedure described above is used.

In the References section, all names are mentioned.

Citation of papers based on a secondary source

The paper uses a reference that discusses another reference, without having fully read the original one (e.g. Flavell’s study, cited by Shore, 1982). This kind of citation should be avoided and limited to specific cases, which should be informed and justified to the editor in a separate message. In the text, the following citation format should be used:

Flavell (as cited by, 1982) adds that those students…

In the References, inform the secondary source (in that case, Shore), using the appropriate format.

Citation of re-edited century-old publication

Author (date of original publication / date of consulted edition), as in Franco (1790/1946).

Citation of private communication

This type of citation should be avoided, as it does not provide information obtained through traditional methods. If unavoidable, it can appear in the text, but not in the References.

C. M. L. C. Zannon (private communication, October 30th 1994)

 

Orientations for bibliographic references

References should be arranged according to the following general rules. Papers by a single author and the same authors are ordered per publication year, from older to newer publications. Single-author precede multiple-author publications if the surname is the same. Papers in which the first author is the same but the co-authors differ are arranged by the co-authors surnames. Publications with the same multiple authorship are arranged per date, from the older to the newer. Papers with the same authorship and data are displayed alphabetically by the title, ignoring the first word if that is an article or pronoun, except when the title itself contains an indication of order; the year is immediately followed by lower-case letters. When repeated, the author’s name should not be replaced by a hyphen or other signs. The formatting of the bibliographic list should be appropriate for review and editing, with double lining and font 12. Each reference should be placed in a new paragraph, with an indentation of 5 spaces from the left margin on the second line. Carefully check the Publication Guidelines before preparing the references. The authors are fully responsible for the exactness of references. Below are examples of common reference types.

1. Technical report

Birney, A. J., & Hall, M. M. (1981). Early identification of children with written language disabilities (Rep. No. 81-1502). Washington, DC: National Education Association.

2. Paper presented in congress, but not published

Haidt, J., Dias, M. G., & Koller, S. (February, 1991). Disgust, disrespect and culture: Moral judgment of victimless violations in the USA and Brazil. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Cross-Cultural Research. Isla Verde, Puerto Rico.

3. Paper presented in congress with abstract published in regular series publication

Deal with it as a periodic publication, adding the “abstract” note right after its title.

Silva, A. A., & Engelmann, A. (1988). Teste de eficácia de um curso para melhorar a capacidade de julgamentos corretos de expressões faciais de emoções [Abstract]. Ciência e Cultura, 40(Supl. 7), 927.

Mingroni-Netto, R. C. (1996). Origin of fmr-1 mutation: Study of closely linked microsatellite loci in fragile x syndrome [Abstract]. Brazilian Journal of Genetics, 19(Supl. 3), 144. (Paper presented at the National Congress of Genetics, 42, Caxambu, MG).

4. Paper presented in congress

Treat published annals and proceedings regularly as if they were journals.

Meneghini, R., & Campos-de-Carvalho, M. I. (1995). Áreas circunscritas e agrupamentos seqüenciais entre crianças em creches [Abstract]. Reunião Anual de Psicologia, 5, 385.

Fouladi, R., McCarthy, C., & Moller, N. (2001). Paper and pencil or online: Evaluating coping attachment measures. Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, 109, 24-28.

Legendre, A. (1986). Effects of spatial arrangements on child/child and child/caregivers interactions: An ecological experiment in day care centers. Anais da Reunião Anual de Psicologia da Sociedade de Psicologia de Ribeirão Preto, 16, 131-142.

5. Unpublished theses or dissertations

Costa, L. (1989). A família descasada: Interação competência e estilo: Estudo de caso. Unpublished master’s thesis, Universidade de Brasília, Brasília, DF.

6. Books

Arendt, H. (1998). The human condition (2th ed.). Chicago, IL: The University of Chicago Press.

Pitiá, A. C. A., & Santos, M. A. (2005). Acompanhamento terapêutico: A construção de uma estratégia clínica (2th ed.). São Paulo: Vetor.

7. Book chapters

Blough, D. S., & Blough, P. (1977). Animal psychophysics. In W. K. Honig & J. E. Staddon (Orgs.), Handbook of operant behavior (pp. 514-539). Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.

Hoffman, L. W. (1979). Experiência da primeira infância e realizações femininas. In H. Bee (Org.), Psicologia do desenvolvimento: Questões sociais (pp. 45-65). Rio de Janeiro: Interamericana.

8. Translated books

Kuhn, T. (1996). A estrutura das revoluções científicas (B. Boeira & N. Boeira, Trans.). São Paulo: Perspectiva. (Original work published 1970)

Salvador, C. C. (1994). Aprendizagem escolar e construção de conhecimento. (E. O. Dihel, Trans.). Porto Alegre: Artes Médicas. (Original work published 1990)

If the translation of a paper from another language is used as a source, mention the translation and indicate the publication year of the original paper. In the text, mention the original years of publication and translation: (Salvador, 1990/1994).

9. Re-edition of century-old publications

Franco, F. M. (1946). Tratado de educação física dos meninos. Rio de Janeiro: Agir. (Original work published 1790)

10. Corporate authorship

American Psychiatric Association. (1988). DSM-III-R: Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorder (Rev. 3rd ed.). Washington, DC: Author.

Associação Americana de Psiquiatria (2003). DSM-IV-TRTM: Manual diagnóstico e estatístico de transtornos mentais: Texto revisado (C. O. Dornelles, Trad.) (4a ed. rev.). Porto Alegre, RS: Artmed.

11. Papers in scientific journals

Moore, J. M., Thompson, G., & Thompson, M. (1975). Auditory localization of infants as a function of reinforcement conditions. Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 40, 29-34.

Tourinho, E. Z. (1987). Sobre o surgimento do behaviorismo radical de Skinner. Psicologia, 13(3), 1-11.

Papers published in bilingual journals should be referred to by the English title.

12. Journal Article in press

This type of reference should be avoided. If this is not possible, do not provide year, volume or page number until it is published. Names should be displayed by the author’s surname.

Kotler, C., & Moro, M. L. F. (in press). Representação desenhada: estudos sobre a mudança evolutiva do pensamento criativo. Psicologia: Teoria e Pesquisa.

13. Electronic document

13.1 Article published in electronic journal

Gazalle, F. K., Lima, M. S., Tavares, B. F., & Hallal, P. C. (2004). Sintomas depressivos e fatores associados em população idosa no Sul do Brasil [Versão eletrônica]. Revista de Saúde Pública, 38(3), 365-371. Retrieved August 4, 2005, from de http://www.scielo.br/pdf/rsp/v38n3/20652.pdf

13.2 Paper published on CD-ROM

Ribeiro, R. (2001). Psicologia social e desenvolvimento do terceiro setor: Participação da Universidade [CD-ROM]. In Anais do Congresso Norte Nordeste de Psicologia, 2. Salvador.

13.3 Document published on the internet

Conselho Federal de Serviço Social. Conselho Federal de Psicologia. (2007). Parâmetros para atuação de assistentes sociais e psicólogos(as) na política de assistência social. Retrieved August 11, 2009, from http://www.pol.org.br/publicacoes/pdf/relatorio_atuacao_psi_pas.pdf.

14. Legal documents

Decreto No. 3.298. (1999, 20 de dezembro). Regulamenta a política nacional para a integração da pessoa portadora de deficiência, consolida as normas de proteção e dá outras providências. Brasília, DF: Presidência da República.

Lei No. 9.394, de 20 de dezembro de 1996. (1996, 23 de dezembro). Estabelece as Diretrizes e Bases da Educação Nacional. Diário Oficial da União, seção 1.

Constituição da República Federativa do Brasil. (1988, 5 de outubro). Retrieved August 11 agosto, 2009, from http://www.senado.gov.br/sf/legislacao/const/

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