Publication Ethics and Malpractice
Ethical Principles for Editors:
1. Editors endorse the commonly held ethical standards shared by scholarly publishers.
2. Editors must be unbiased decision and ensured to appropriate peer review process.
3. Editors must be accountable consideration and high responsibility the published papers.
Ethical Principles for Authors:
Authors submitting manuscripts to IJAT must agree to the following ethical principles:
1. The manuscript has not been submitted to or published in another journal.
2. The results accurately and completely represent the authors’ original research without any falsification of data or plagiarism.
3. Proper citation is made of publications from which methodologies and/or interpretive concepts were obtained.
4. Full acknowledgement of funding sources and disclosure of any conflicts of interest has been made.
5. Any failure to abide by these standards will result in rejection of the manuscript and may lead to a suspension of future publication privileges in IJAT.
6. Authorship is based solely on significant scientific and intellectual contribution to the research.
7. All authors have approved the paper before submission.
8. All individuals deserving authorship have been included.
9. The first and corresponding author take responsibility for the entire manuscript.
Ethical Principles for Reviewers:
Reviewers must follow the confidentiality regulations detailed in the instructions for reviewers. Reviewers must not:
1. Refer to cite the research before it has been published.
2. Furnish others with the manuscript’s information.
3. Utilize the manuscript’s information for the advancement of their own work.
4. Retain a physical or electronic copy of manuscript in whole or part following the review.