«Actual Problems of Psychology.
Collection of Scientific Papers
of G.S.Kostiuk Institute of Psychology NAPS Ukraine»

«Actual Problems of Psychology» journal is a peer-reviewed international scientific psychological publication, the basic activity of which is publication of scientific articles with the aim of their distribution among scientists both in Ukraine and abroad.

The mission of the journal is to provide members of the scientific community with equal opportunities to publish results of their research and freely distribute them.

The Editorial Board supports the Budapest Open Access Initiative, aimed at free and gratuitous dissemination of scientific knowledge, which supports rapid development of science.

The main objective of the Editorial Board is to implement the policy tasks of the journal, the main directions of which are:

• coverage of issues related to the theoretical and practic problems of modern psychological sciences, social-psychology forecasting and design;

• assistance to development of economic sciences;

• support of young scientists.

The editorial policy of the journal is based on the following principles:

• objectivity and impartiality in selection of articles for publication;

• high demands to the quality of research;

• “blind” peer-reviewing of articles;

• collective decision-making on publication of articles;

• accessibility and efficiency in dealing with authors;

• strict observance of copyright and related rights;

• strict observance of the schedule of the journal publication.

Editorial Board undertakes systematic efforts to include the journal into international electronic libraries, catalogues and scientometrical bases with the purpose of entering into the world scientific information environment, increasing the rating of the journal and citation indices of its authors.

Editorial staff of the journal condemns signs of plagiarism in articles as violation of intellectual property rights and scientific ethics and takes all possible measures to avoid it.

The Editorial Board hopes that its work will facilitate the development of the domestic psychological science.