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- Authorship is based on the following criteria:
1) The author made a significant contribution to the research development of the concept and structure of the study, collected data, analysed and interpreted the data.
2) The author wrote the draft text of the article, carefully edited it.
3) The author approved the final version of the article before submitting it.
4) The author is responsible for the integrity of all parts of the manuscript.
- The authors of the article guarantee that the submitted manuscript is an original work.
- Scientific reviews on a particular problem should be objective, present material in a wide range and at the same time take into account the point of view of the author of the review.
- Authorship of scientific publications should accurately reflect the contribution of individuals to research, with information about the authors.
- Authors should not mislead readers by publishing thanks to people who were not actually involved in the work and did not provide support. All the others who contributed to the work, but are not authors at the same time, can be listed in the "Acknowledgments" section, which should indicate what they did.
- Authors should provide a description of what each of them has done in this publication.
- The authorship procedure should be the result of a joint decision of the co-authors. Authors should be prepared to explain why this is exactly the order in which the authors are listed.
- The responsibility for the correct determination of authorship lies entirely with the authors themselves, acting in accordance with the rules adopted by their institution.
- Researchers should ensure that only those who meet the criteria for authorship (that is, have made a significant contribution to the work) are considered authors, and that researchers who deserve authorship will not be excluded from the list of authors.
- All the authors recognizing the order of authorship, that there is no one else that should be included as an author in the manuscript, and that manuscripts will not be retracted on the sole basis of an authorship dispute.
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