UJOP Empirical Research Guidelines
An empirical research article describes a novel study or series of studies that you have performed, which investigates a specific hypothesis or set of hypotheses. In addition to following allÂ Section-Specific Guidelines for Empirical Research, manuscripts must adhere to allÂ General Guidelines.
All articles should be submitted in Word format and double-spaced.
UJOP Hot Topics Guidelines
â€œHot Topicâ€ articles are similar to lay summaries â€“ written for an audience of non-scientists (i.e., people who do not necessarily aspire to do research and likely are not comfortable reading academic writing). These articles summarize an interesting area of research, an ongoing research debate, or a significant scientific contribution. The goal is to translate scientific concepts into something a lay reader will understand. These articles aim at making scholarly research more accessible and approachable, bringing the general public into the scientific conversation.
Word limit: 1,500 words (not including title, abstract, or references pages)
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