I. Indexing in RSCI
Journal "Institute of psychology of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Organizational and workpsychology" is included in the system of the Russian science citation index (RSCI), starting from the first issue.

Information about publications in the Journal is regularly provided to the RSCI system in accordance with the established form.

Journal page in eLibrary

II. List of VAK (Russian higher certifying commission) journals
The inclusion of the Journal in the VAK list is a priority goal of the Journal's editorial policy, which is aimed at meeting the requirements for periodicals from the VAK list to the leading peer-reviewed scientific journals and publications that should publish the main scientific results of dissertations for candidate and doctor of science degrees.

The editorial Board will work for inclusion of the Journal in the list of VAK.

III. Other

The editorial Board will use all opportunities to register the Journal in various databases in order to ensure broad access to its resources by the professional community.

Rules FOR formatting MANUSCRIPTS
view the rules in *pdf

when preparing manuscripts, use the Microsoft Word editor for Windows of the latest versions and the Microsoft Word*.rtf, *.doc or *.docx formats.

The submitted material should be contained in a single file, and all illustrations should be immediately included in the main text of the manuscript. You should not use macros.

1. Standard A4 page format, margins on all sides 2 cm; 1.5 intervals; font Times New Roman, 14 size, manuscript pages are not numbered.

2. To create the tables, use the features of Microsoft Word. Creating tables manually is not allowed. Copying tables from other editors is not allowed.

3. Lines within a paragraph must not be broken by the carriage return character (usually the Enter key), and automatic hyphenation is not allowed.

4. Illustrations included in the text, including halftone photos and line drawings, must be made in digital graphics. We accept both black-and-white and color illustrations in TIFF, BMP, and JPEG formats with a resolution of at least 600 dpi (dots per inch).


1.always put a space between the initials and the last name: A. A. Ivanov. To avoid breaking initials and surnames when automatically transferring words to a new line, we recommend using a non-breaking space (Insert-Character-Special characters).

2. Decimal digits are separated by commas without spaces (0,55).

3. all dates are in the format " number.month.year"(HH. mm. yyyy) should be typed as follows: 02.05.1991.

4. do not put a dot after the title of the article, authors' names, addresses, headings and subheadings, table names, dimensions (cm-cm).

5. the dot is placed after footnotes, including in tables, notes to tables and figures, captions to figures, but not tables, short annotations, abbreviations (month – month, year-year, million-million).

IV. DESIGN of THE main sections of the MANUSCRIPT

1. The title of the article is made on the sample: title (centered, capital letters, bold, without a point at the end of the name) if the work is executed at financial support of the Fund or the public task, in the end of the name without a space put a footnote-asterisk, a footnote indicates the number of the grant or a government job, at the end of the footnote is preceded by a dot.

2. Initials and surnames of the author (s) should be written without skipping lines (center in bold). In the case of collective authorship, the initials and surname of the authors should be separated by commas, and the period should not be put at the end. After the last name of the author without a space, put a footnote (one or two asterisks), in the footnote, separated by a semicolon for each author, specify the full name, patronymic, surname, academic degree, position, place of work, email address, and put a period at the end of the footnote.

3. after the title of the article and the initials and surnames of the authors in Russian, skip the line and repeat this text in English. The English version of the title and authors ' names should be typed in italics. In the English version, as in the Russian version, there is no line gap between the title and the authors ' names.

4. after the English version, a line is skipped and the Annotation text is followed first in Russian, then in English. Do not skip the line between the Russian and English versions. Abstract in Russian should be typed in a straight (without italics) font without indentation along the paragraph and end with a dot. The abstract in English is typed in italics, also without indentation in the paragraph and ends with a dot.

5. do not skip between annotations and keywords. The Keywords subtitle in the Russian version is typed in a straight font (without italics), followed by a colon, and the list of keywords is given in a straight font (without italics) with a dot at the end. The English version is typed in italics. The line is not skipped between keywords in Russian and English. After the keywords in English and the main text of the manuscript, skip the line.

6. section Headings should be typed in capital letters without italics or bold and formatted in the center of the page. Do not put a dot at the end of section titles (RESULTS, CONCLUSIONS, references). Section headings in the manuscript are desirable, but not mandatory.

7. The main text is formatted across the width of the paragraph indent 1.25 cm

8. Links to figures and tables are typed with spaces (Fig. 1, Table 2). quotation marks and brackets are not separated by spaces from the words enclosed in them. Example of a link to tables and figures in the text: "The test material is shown in Fig. 1. the results are Clearly shown in Fig. 2.", "the results of correlation analysis are shown in Table 5".

9. Between the sign of a number, section and number and put a space: No. 1; § 52. Numbers with letters in the notation are typed without spaces: IVD Fig. 2A. In geographical names, put a space after the dot: Neva river, Moscow. When specifying page numbers (numeric intervals), do not put spaces between numbers and dashes: P.15-18, not P. 15-18.

10. Tables should have a meaningful title. All abbreviations or designations should be explained in the notes to the tables. Tables are numbered sequentially, in the order of mention in the text in Arabic numerals. All columns in tables and the tables themselves must have headers and be separated by vertical lines. Abbreviating words in tables is not recommended. When naming a table, the word "table" and its corresponding number are indicated in straight (without italics) bold type; the table name is given without bold highlighting. Line spacing (single or one-and-a-half), straight font or italics, formatting in the center, width, right or left edge inside the table are selected by the author depending on the size of the table and the need to present the text more clearly. The font inside the table can have a size of 12 pins.

11. Drawings are placed in the text of the manuscript in the appropriate places. The drawing should be clear and clear, and the labels should be marked up in accordance with the text. Explanations of drawings in the text and captions to them must correspond to the content of the drawings. It is necessary to avoid overloading the drawings, various inscriptions. All text information related to the drawing should be placed in captions. It is better to number the curves in the drawings, and then decipher the numbers in the caption.

12. when naming a drawing, the abbreviation" Fig. " and its corresponding number are indicated in bold, the name of the drawing is given without bold highlighting. The caption to the drawing is placed under the drawing with formatting on the left side of the page. If there is only one drawing in the publication, the design is the same, but the number of the drawing is not specified.

13. it is advisable to avoid footnotes In the text, if the presence of footnotes is necessary, their numbering should be end-to-end throughout the article, excluding footnotes-asterisks on the first page.

14. the literature Used is located under the heading list of REFERENCES at the end of the article. All sources are given in the original language in a numbered bibliographic list compiled alphabetically (first sources in Cyrillic, then in Latin), with a 1.25 cm projection on the right.

15. For all works included in the reference LIST must be cited in the text of the article after the name or after citation in round brackets indicate the sequence number of the source and after comma - page, if needed (Surname, year, p.78).

References to works not published or in print are not allowed.

16. The LIST of references should be as follows: first, the author's last name is typed in italics, then his initials. The rest of the text is typed in a straight font. Initials are indicated after surnames, they are separated by a space with the last name, but they are not separated by spaces between them. The names of co-authors are separated by commas.

17. the Names of foreign-language works are given in accordance with the original (including the placement of uppercase and lowercase letters).

18. when registering a journal source, you do not need to specify the publisher, but you must specify the pages of the publication.

19. the Year, volume, number of the journal, etc. are separated from each other and separated from the corresponding numbers by spaces: "1992. Vol. 29. No. 2. Pp. 213-231." The symbol No. is used to indicate the issue of both Russian and foreign magazines. The words «Mаgazine» or «Journal» are not abbreviated.

20. the title of the article and the name of the journal or collection in both Russian and foreign versions is separated by two slashes"/", the title of the collection and the names of responsible editors are separated by one slash"/".

21. when specifying the city, use the common abbreviations: Moscow (Moscow), St. Petersburg. (Saint Petersburg), Rostov n/D (Rostov-on-Don), L. (London), N.Y. (New Jersey), New York state (New York), etc.

After the city a colon is put and is followed by the name of the publisher. Don't put a dash before the city name. The publisher's name is followed by the year of publication, separated by commas.

22. the Internet link is drawn up in accordance with GOST R 7.0.5-2008.

23. The link to the dissertation is drawn up as follows: Author, title of the work: abstract. Diss. ... Doct. (or Cand.) of psychological Sciences. City, year.

24. The number of sources in the list of references that represent the author's own works may not exceed the number of sources that represent the works of any other single author. For example, if the author A. A. Ivanov cites five of his works in the list of references, then he must cite at least six sources of the author S. S. Petrov.

Examples of source design:

Andreeva G. M. Social psychology. Textbook for higher educational institutions of RF. Moscow: Aspect Press, 2001.

Klimov A. A. Interrelation of group integrity and effectiveness of group activity [Electronic resource] / Psychological research. 2013. Vol. 6. No. 31. Url address: (accessed: 20.05.2015).

Kuftyak E. V. Psychology of family coping. Abstract. Diss. ... Doct. the course of studies. Sciences. M., 2011.

Leontiev D. A., Rasskazova E. I. Test of vitality. M.: Sense, 2006.

Parygin B. D. Fundamentals of social and psychological theory. M.: Mysl, 1971.

Poznyakov V. P. Psychological relations of individual and group subjects of joint life activity / Psychological journal. 2012. Vol. 33, No. 5. P. 5-15.

Yurevich A.V. Natural Science and Humanities paradigms in psychology / Paradigms in psychology: scientific analysis / ed. by A. L. Zhuravlev, T. V. Kornilova, A.V. Yurevich. M.: Publishing house "Institute of psychology of the Russian Academy of Sciences", 2012.

Keller H., Chasiotis A. maternal investment / family relationships: an evolutionary perspective / Edited by K. A. salmon, etc.  Scalford. New York: Oxford University Press, 2008. Pp. 91-115.

Mullins L., Molzon E., Suorsa K., Tackett A., Pai A., Chaney J. models of resilience: developing psychosocial interventions for parents of children with chronic diseases / Family relations. 2015. V. 64. no. 1. pp. 176-187. 

Porat R., Galperin E., Tamir M. What we want, we get: group emotional preferences and conflict resolution / Journal of Personal and Social Psychology. V. 110(2). 2016.Pp. 167-190.