Objectivity and Unbiasedness in Reviewing
E-mental editors must evaluate each received text impartially and only on the basis of its quality and scientific contribution. This assessment shall take place regardless of the author’s race, religion, nationality, sex, age or affiliation. Editors select reviewers who have adequate expertise in the field while evaluating potential conflicts of interest for reviewers to ensure an objective and unbiased assessment of accepted texts.
Disclosure and Conflict of Interest
Reviewers must evaluate each received text impartially and only on the basis of its quality and scientific merit. This assessment shall take place regardless of the author’s race, religion, nationality, sex, age or affiliation.
Confidentiality of Information and Copyright
The reviewers are obliged to maintain the confidentiality of the information provided by the editors of the journal or the authors of the evaluated text. Reviewers may not make a copy or use or distribute it arbitrarily.
Alertness to Ethical Issues
The reviewer should pay increased attention to the ethical issues of the reviewed text of the article. If he determines that a mistake has been made, he is obliged to notify the editors of the E-mental journal. The reviewer is also required to notify the editors if they find that the reviewed text is significantly similar to any of the previously published texts. In such a case, it is necessary to substantiate your claim by reference to an already published text with which it shows compliance.