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SciRes Literature LLC conforms to ethics in publication process based on the guidelines issued by Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). APM works with the mission of non-discriminatory publication and expects the same from the authors, editors and reviewers.

The authors must include an ethical statement describing the details of the committees who approved their experiments and also the confirmation of the consent obtained from the recipients. At the time of peer-review, editors may request ethical statement or informed consent letters.

Ethical guidelines for editors

The editors will be held accountable for evaluating the quality quotient of the articles submitted for publication in APM.

The editors should ensure that the articles are evaluated according to journal guidelines.

Editors must provide constructive feedback to the authors that is accurate, unbiased and justifiable in order to enhance the quality of the articles.

The editors are expected to not disclose any information about a submitted manuscript to anyone other than the corresponding author(s), reviewers and other concerned members of the editorial board.

The editors are expected to not retain or copy content from any manuscript under their evaluation.

The editors should ensure that they complete the review process within stipulated time so that manuscripts are processed and reach the publication stage on fast track basis. The consistency in publication will also enforce a feeling of trust among the authors.

Ethical guidelines for authors

APM expects that authors present accurate, original and objective research in the form of manuscripts.

The authors are expected to preserve the raw data and any other valuable information related to the research. The editorial board may review the raw data in relation to the manuscript under publication consideration.

The authors must take responsibility for the content published in their paper and accredit any individuals who made contributions in conceptualizing, designing, writing and data collection for the study as contributors.

The authors are expected to cite properly the publications that have been influential in determining the nature of the reported work.

It is considered unethical to publish same manuscripts in more than one journal at the same time and the authors are advised against such practices. Such behaviour is unacceptable and liable to conviction.

It is the responsibility of the authors to promptly notify editors about any errors in the manuscript and cooperate with them to withdraw or correct the submitted manuscript.

Authors are ethically obliged to state a confirmation regarding a publication request irrespective of a positive or negative response from them.

Ethical guidelines for reviewers

Reviewers must maintain confidentiality of the content under their evaluation.

Reviewers can ask a third person to give expert opinions on specific sections with explicit permission from the editors, in which case, the duty of confidentiality also extends to these consultants.

In case of a suspected misconduct, the reviewer must notify it to the editor in confidence.

Reviewers may remain anonymous or identify themselves by signing their name at the time of submitting a review.

 

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