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GAERPsy Publishing is your trusted partner in the field of psychology. With years of experience and a team of dedicated professionals, we offer a wide range of services to support your mental health and well-being. Whether you are seeking therapy for individual or relationship concerns, looking for expert guidance in career development, or in need of psychological assessments for educational or employment purposes, we are here to help. At GAERPsy Publishing, we believe in collaboration and providing a safe and welcoming environment for our clients. Contact us now and take the first step towards a healthier and happier life.

Psychological Counseling

Psychological Counseling provides a supportive and nurturing environment for individuals seeking professional guidance in times of emotional distress. Our skilled counselors are trained to address a wide range of mental health concerns, such as anxiety, depression, grief, and trauma. Through evidence-based therapies, we assist clients in developing insight, resilience, and effective coping strategies. Our goal is to empower individuals to overcome their emotional hurdles and experience a renewed sense of well-being.

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Stress Management Workshops

Are you feeling overwhelmed by stress in your life? Our Stress Management Workshops are designed to provide you with the knowledge, skills, and tools to effectively manage and reduce stress. Through a combination of educational sessions, group discussions, and practical exercises, our experienced facilitators will guide you on a journey towards improved well-being and stress resilience. From learning key stress management techniques to practicing self-care strategies, our workshops will empower you to take control of stress and lead a healthier, happier life. Join us and discover how to overcome stress and achieve a greater sense of balance and calm.

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Group Therapy

Join Group Therapy to find a safe space where you can share your thoughts, feelings, and experiences with others. Our skilled therapists will guide the sessions, promoting healthy communication, empathy, and understanding among group members. Participating in group therapy can help you develop new perspectives, build social connections, and enhance your overall well-being.

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Career Guidance

At Career Guidance, we understand that finding the right career path can be overwhelming. That's why our service is designed to empower you with the knowledge and tools necessary to make informed decisions about your future. Our expert career coaches are dedicated to helping you identify your strengths, interests, and goals to create a personalized roadmap for success. Whether you're a student exploring your options or a professional looking to make a career change, our guidance will support you every step of the way.

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Online Research consultations

With our Online Research consultations service, you can access the expertise of professional researchers right from the comfort of your own home. Our consultants are well-versed in a wide range of disciplines and can assist you in finding reliable and relevant sources, formulating research questions, and structuring your research project. Whether you need help with academic research, market research, or any other type of research, our consultations will enable you to conduct high-quality research that meets your goals and requirements.

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Formatting of Tables and Figures according to the scholarly Style

Accurate and consistent formatting of tables and figures is vital to showcase your research effectively. Our service specializes in formatting tables and figures according to the scholarly style, ensuring that your visual aids are clear, visually appealing, and in line with the required guidelines. Let us take care of the formatting aspect, so you can focus on the content of your research and present it in a professional and polished manner.

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Qualitative data collection and analysis

With our qualitative data collection and analysis service, you can dive deep into the subjective experiences, opinions, and emotions of your target audience or research subjects. Through methods like interviews, surveys, and ethnographic research, we gather rich qualitative data that goes beyond simple numbers and statistics. Our experienced team of analysts then employs rigorous qualitative analysis techniques to uncover underlying themes, identify key insights, and generate meaningful interpretations. Whether you're conducting market research, studying human behavior, or exploring social phenomena, our service will provide you with valuable qualitative data and actionable insights.

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Quantitative data collection and analysis

Our comprehensive quantitative data collection and analysis service offers businesses a systematic approach to gather and make sense of numerical data. By employing advanced statistical techniques, we can identify patterns, correlations, and trends that can drive data-driven decision-making. Whether it's conducting surveys, designing experiments, or running simulations, our team is equipped to handle diverse data analysis needs. With our insights, businesses can measure performance, identify areas of improvement, and make informed decisions for growth and success.

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Data Capturing

Experience seamless data entry with our Data Capturing service. Whether you have physical documents, online forms, or even unstructured data, our team is equipped to capture and transform it into structured information. Say goodbye to manual data entry, and let us handle the time-consuming task for you. Enjoy increased efficiency, reduced costs, and error-free data with our cutting-edge solution.

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Writing Report

Writing Report offers a top-notch service that takes the hassle out of writing reports. Our team of expert writers are well-versed in various industries and can create detailed and informative reports tailored to your needs. We utilize a systematic approach to research, analyze data, and present findings in a clear and concise manner. Whether you need a report for academic purposes, business proposals, or research projects, our service ensures that you receive a well-crafted report that meets your specifications and exceeds your expectations.

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Checking and fixing Academic References

Accurate and properly formatted references are essential for academic success. Our service of checking and fixing academic references is designed to provide you with top-notch assistance in this crucial aspect of your research work. Whether you need help with APA, MLA, Harvard, or any other citation style, our expert editors will meticulously review your references for errors, inconsistencies, and adherence to the required formatting guidelines. With our service, you can save valuable time and ensure that your references are flawless, giving your work the professional touch it deserves.

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Language Editing and Proofreading

Language Editing and Proofreading service offers a professional touch to your written content. Our skilled editors and proofreaders carefully review your documents, correcting any grammar, punctuation, or spelling errors. We also provide suggestions for improving sentence structure, clarity, and overall readability. With our expertise, you can ensure that your writing is polished, precise, and effectively communicates your message.

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PRIVACY POLICY
The privacy policy outlines how the GAERPSY Publishing may use and protect any information author (s) submitted on our website.
The GAERPSY Publishing is committed to protecting user privacy online and will not disclose individually identifiable information about a user to any third party without express permission unless required by the government or other law enforcement authorities.
GAERPSY Publishing may link to run websites outside of the www.gaerpsy.com domain independently. We will take no responsibility for such websites’ content or privacy practices.
GAERPSY Publishing uses Google Analytics to track statistical information about the number of visitors to the site; thus, Google Analytics can set first-party cookies on each visitor’s computer used to store anonymous data. We do not collect information through our traffic logging to identify users personally. It is essential to consider that the GAERPSY Publishing can update occasionally. If significant changes need to be made, a notice will be posted on the website’s home page.
APPEALS AND COMPLAINTS
Policy and Process
The GAERPSY Publishing is committed to applying the below procedure to appeals and complaints to editorial decisions, such as failure in the processes, long delays in handling papers, and complaints about publication ethics. First, the complaint should be governed by the Chief Editor (s) responsible for the journal and/or the Editor who reviewed the paper. If they are the subject of the complaint, we recommend you approach the in-house publishing contact (Please send your query to ethics@gaerpsy.com).
Scientific content complaint (e.g., an appeal against rejection)
The Editor-in-Chief or handling Editor considers the authors’ argument, and the reviewer reports and decides whether the decision to reject should stand, another independent opinion is required, and the appeal should be considered. The complainant is informed of the decision with an explanation if appropriate. Decisions on appeals are final, and new submissions take priority over requests.
Processes’ complaint (e.g., time taken to review)
The Chief editor, Handling Editor, and/or in-house contact will investigate the matter. The complainant will receive appropriate feedback, which will be provided to relevant stakeholders to improve processes and procedures.
Publication Ethics’ Complaint (e.g., authorship or reviewer’s conduct)
The Chief Editor or handling Editor follows guidelines published by the Committee on Publication Ethics. The ethics will advise on cases. The Chief Editor or managing Editor will decide on a course of action and provide feedback to the complainant. If the complainant remains unhappy with the outcomes of the committee, they would be allowed to submit the complaint to the Committee on Publication Ethics to appeal.
Ethics for Editors
  • Editors adhere to the principles of independence and integrity and strictly abide by COPE’s Core practices in the decision-making process to strive for the publication and quality of manuscripts to meet ethical standards.
  • All manuscripts submitted to the GAERPSY are subject to a rigorous peer review.
-Before peer review, manuscripts will be screened for readability, novelty, and relevance to the focus and scope of the journal.
-The editor shall maintain the fairness and impartiality of the review. At least two reviewers shall review each manuscript. Whether the journal accepts the manuscript will be decided by the Editor-in-Chief or the academic editor designated by the Editor-in-Chief in combination with the reviewer’s comments.
  • Any manuscript submitted to GAERPSY Publishing is confidential. The manuscript will not be disclosed to anyone except the editorial staff, reviewers, editors, and other individuals who participate in the preliminary review, peer review, and handling and are responsible for the publication of the manuscript (if accepted).
  • Editors shall not participate in all the processing of articles in which they have a conflict of interest.
  • We ensure that the commercial behaviours of the journal will not affect the editorial decision and firmly adhere to the principles of independence and integrity.
Editors, Employees, and Members of the Editorial Board as Authors
The GAERPSY Publishing does not allow editors, employees, and editorial board members to participate in processing their articles.
Editors, employees, and editorial board members must disclose all potential conflicts of interest related to their articles.
Editors, employees, and editorial board members should follow a strict review process to ensure the quality and reliability of articles.
For articles submitted by our editors, employees, and editorial board members, GAERPSY Publishing will assign the manuscript to an expert reviewer in the field who does not have a conflict of interest with the author and to other editors for evaluation and processing.
Ethics for Authors
Clear Authorship
At the time of submission, whether the list of authors includes all the eligible authors of the article (in the correct order), and reach a consensus with all co-authors on the journal and the time of submission. (For Authorship, please see the detailed policy).
Avoid Plagiarism (including self-plagiarism)
Check if the article correctly quotes yourself or someone else’s work. Not only that, but the authors also need permission from the copyright owner to publish any previously published content (including quotations, numbers, or forms).
Conflict of Interest
Any facts considered a (potential) conflict of interest should be disclosed before the article’s references section. There are many types of financial and non-financial benefits involved in contributing to an article, some of which may include:
Financial interest:
The following could be considered as financial interest:
  • Company Shares: The author owns shares in a company that is relevant to the topic covered in the article,
  • Fund Sponsorship: Research is done through grant funding,
  • Consultant/Consulting work: The author has worked as a consultant or advisor in any company or organisation relevant to the research in this paper,
  • Patents held: The author holds patents related to this research,
  • Political support: The author has donated to political parties or political candidates relevant to the study of this paper, government grants, foundation grants, etc.
  • Honoraria received by the author: The manuscript or other fee that the author gets after publishing the article and,
  • Other financial relationships: Disclosure is required if the author has other financial relationships with any company, organisation, or individual related to the study in this paper.
Non-financial interests:
Non-financial interests involve interpersonal relationships, political positions, religious beliefs, intellectual property rights, etc. Therefore, authors, editors, and reviewers should also make timely statements regarding the potential non-financial conflicts of interest, which include but are not limited to the following:
  • Academic Competition Conflict of Interest: For example, the reviewer has an academic competition or conflict of interest with the author, editor, or other related person.
  • Personal Conflict of Interest: For example, the reviewer, author, or editor has a conflict of interest, such as a friendly relationship, kinship, or other personal relationship.
  • Conflict of Interest of Opinion Position: For example, the reviewer, author, or editor has a specific opinion or position.
  • Intellectual Property Conflict of Interest: For example, the reviewer, author, or editor has a specific intellectual property or patent right.
  • Conflict of Interest in Political, Religious, or Other Beliefs: For example, the reviewer, author, or editor has a political, religious, or other belief position.
Editors must always be honest and transparent to avoid conflicts of interest. If an editor has a personal or financial interest related to a submitted article, the editor must disclose this to the publisher. At the same time, this editor is no longer involved in the review process related to this article until the article is finalised for publication.
When assigning reviewers for an article, editors must check to the maximum extent possible whether there is a (potential) conflict of interest between the assigned reviewer and the author(s) involved in the article. Suppose a reviewer discovers a (potential) conflict of interest with the article at the review time. In that case, the reviewer should immediately notify the relevant editor and withdraw from the article review process.
Avoid Writing More Than One Draft
The consubmission to multiple journals is not allowed. Original research work must be novel and has not been previously published. The above is not exhaustive, and authors should be aware of local regulations and accepted norms within academic publishing.
Allegations of Misconduct
The editors of GAERPSY Publishing are responsible for ensuring the academic integrity of the articles published in the journal, and any misconduct takes all necessary actions according to the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) guidelines. The misconduct list is not limited. These include plagiarism or using artificial intelligence, falsification of research or fabrication of data, misrepresentation of affiliation, submission of manuscripts to multiple journals simultaneously, breaches in copyright/use of third-party material without appropriate permissions, undisclosed competing interests, unethical research, etc.
Data Sharing
The GAERPSY Publishing encourages authors to share data. Data sharing facilitates scientific research and knowledge discovery, increases the reproducibility and reliability of research, fosters collaboration and innovation, improves the efficiency of research, and increases the value and application of data. Sharing relevant data and materials when authors publish their articles can enhance the transparency and quality of scientific research. Authors can work with the editors of their journals to share raw data, codes, and other relevant materials used in their articles with other researchers for further scientific research.
The GAERPSY Publishing requests authors to provide raw data with their article submission and details of the article’s data sources and data processing methods. The authors should provide a suitable solution to ensure other researchers can access the data under reasonable conditions if there are restrictions on the data or limitations such as privacy protection.
Data shared by the journal include, but are not limited to, the following:
  • The Raw data concerns data collected or generated by the research, including experimental data, observations, questionnaire data, etc.
  • The code and algorithms include the Software code and algorithms used to process, analyse and interpret the data.
  • The literature and metadata involve the literature, metadata, and annotations related to the research process, such as study design, methods, hypotheses, results, and conclusions.
  • The images and multimedia deal with multimedia materials such as audio, video, etc., used to support the presentation and interpretation of the research process and results.
  • The models and simulations involve mathematical models, tools, etc., used for research predictions and simulations.
  • The other related materials include questionnaires, sampling protocols, experimental protocols, and other materials related to the study.
Reproducibility of Data
Other researchers can reproduce and validate the data and methods used in scientific research. Reproducibility of data contributes to improving the credibility and reliability of scientific research, accelerating scientific progress, promoting academic communication and collaboration, and increasing the efficiency of research resources. In short, the reproducibility of journal data is of great importance to the development and progress of scientific research and is the foundation and guarantee of scientific research.
We strongly recommend that authors adopt open science practices, such as sharing data on public databases and complying with applicable ethical and legal requirements. We believe these practices help foster collaboration and innovation in the scientific community and enhance the credibility and reproducibility of scientific research.
We will strictly enforce the above policy and require reviewers and editors to review the data and methods of articles critically. We may reject articles or ask authors to make corrections and additions if incomplete data, inadequate methods or analytical errors are found.
Ethical Oversight
The GAERPSY Publishing is committed to promoting the quality and reliability of scientific research, valuing ethical guidelines, and following COPE’s ethical oversight policy. We require all authors to adhere to the following ethical guidelines and policies when submitting articles (including but not limited to):
*Policies on consent to publication
The GAERPSY Publishing requires all authors to ensure that all Co-authors have consented to publication when submitting an article. The data and information involved in the article have been appropriately licensed.
*Publication on vulnerable populations
The GAERPSY Publishing requires all authors to adhere to ethical guidelines and moral standards when conducting academic research involving vulnerable populations. In the case of research involving vulnerable populations such as children, the elderly, people with disabilities, the sick, and the underprivileged, the author must have obtained the informed consent of the subjects or their guardians and safeguarded their rights, privacy, and confidentiality. The GAERPSY Publishing follows strict academic standards and is committed to promoting understanding and support for disadvantaged groups to promote societal equality and progress.
*Ethical conduct of research using animals
The GAERPSY Publishing strongly urges researchers to conduct animal experiments only when necessary, comply with relevant ethical and moral standards when conducting animal research, and ensure that animal rights are protected. Authors should provide detailed plans and methods for animal experiments, appropriate ethical review, and authorisation materials. The GAERPSY Publishing encourages authors to implement the principles of 3R (Reduce, Refine, Replace) to strictly control the number and use of laboratory animals to reduce harm to animals from animal experiments.
*Ethical conduct of research using human subjects
The GAERPSY Publishing requires authors to adhere to relevant ethical and moral standards when conducting human subject experiments to ensure that the rights and safety of the subjects are safeguarded. Authors should provide detailed trial plans, methods, and the appropriate ethical review and authorisation materials. Informed consent should be signed before subjects participate in the study, and authors should ensure that the rights and privacy of trial participants are adequately protected.
*Handling confidential data and ethical business/marketing practices
The authors should clearly understand and comply with the policy on protecting confidential data when handling confidential data and ensure that data are kept confidential and secure to avoid misuse or disclosure of confidential data. The authors should adhere to honest, fair, and transparent business codes and compliance with corresponding laws and regulations. The authors should not use false statements or misleading language in their manuscripts.
Ethics for Reviewers
The peer reviews are conducted as a double-blind process via our Open Journal System (OJS). These editors’ and reviewers’ comments are considered in the peer-review process. Thus, their comments will determine the acceptance or rejection of the manuscript.
Reviewers are required to adhere to the following:
  • Conflicts of interest should be declared accordingly,
  • Published works relevant and valuable to the manuscript should be pointed out,
  • Reviewed articles and their contents should be kept strictly confidential, and reviewers should not give, share, use, or in any other way distribute this manuscript to third parties before publication.
  • Reviews should be objective and avoid personal criticism.
  • Promptness in response: reviewers should notify GAERPSY Publishing if they cannot participate in the peer review of a specific manuscript.
  • Possible areas of focus while conducting the review of manuscripts:
*Potential ethical concerns. These include research misconduct (e.g. Data fabrication/manipulation) and author misconduct (e.g. Plagiarism, redundant publication).
*Technical errors
*Logical errors concern fallacies, lapses in logic, etc.
*Language errors that mar the clarity of the text
*References involve the suitability of references used in the manuscripts and other relevant research that should be referenced in the articles.
Article Processing Charges (APC)
As an open-access journal, all articles published in the GAERPSY Publishing are accessible electronically from the journal website without the need for subscription fees or other forms of payment from the readers. The GAERPSY Publishing does not charge for
  1. Article submission
  2. Editorial processing
  3. Review processing
In other words, upon reviewers’ evaluation and approval and the editorial board’s approval, all accepted articles are published with Article Processing charges of $200.
An Article Processing Charge (APC) is intended to cover the underlying costs of article processing, such as peer review, copy-editing, typesetting, publishing, content depositing, and archiving processes.
There are no charges for rejected articles, no submission charges, and no surcharges based on the length of an article, figures, or supplementary data. Some items (Editorials, Corrections, Addendums, Retractions, Comments, etc.) are published free of charge.
The GAERPSY Publishing strongly believes that the APC should not become a barrier in the publication process. Discounts or waivers are offered to authors who cannot cover the APC. For inquiries regarding APC, please write to the journal editor at ethics@gaerpsy.com, who can assist you with any questions or concerns and support you.
  •  All initial or final submission-making by an author (s) shows that they fully agree and understand the Terms and Conditions/ policies of the GAERPSY Publishing.
  • Any names and email addresses received by or sent to the GAERPSY Publishing will remain private and be used exclusively for the stated purposes of this journal. No content will be displayed or shared in print or online with a third party in any circumstances. The GAERPSY Publishing may take required legal action if found doing so.
  • The author (s) warrants that the paper is original, not plagiarised, and not published anywhere else and the real author (s) of the paper, except for material identified as to its source, with permission notices from the copyright owners where required.
  • The GAERPSY Publishing is registered with the National Science Library with ISSN (online).
  • The author (s) has taken the consent form from our University/institution/ project guide/ supervisor/research committee before publishing articles to GAERPSY Publishing.
  • The author has taken the consent form from co-author (s) before publishing article (s) with the GAERPSY Publshing.
  • The author (s) should confirm that they are satisfied with the authenticity, validity, and originality of the GAERPSY Publishing. In case of refusal of our publication by the university/institution/employer/ project guide/ research committee, they will not ask for a refund or pursue any legal action against stated personalities or GAERPSY Publishing.
  • The author (s) should accept that any copyright infringement claim is filed and proven against their (our) published article in the future. The GAERPSY Publishing has absolute rights to remove the article (s) from the index immediately without prior notice, and the author (s) will not ask for a refund or pursue any legal action against stated personalities or GAERPSY Publishing for the same.
  • Only the author (s) is responsible for the impact and outcomes of their publication decision (s), and the author (s) will not ask for a refund or pursue any legal action against stated personalities or GAERPSY Publishing for the same.
  • The GAERPSY Publishing shall not take any accountability for the contents of articles published on its platform, and all such liability shall lie with the author (s).
  • The articles’ opinions are exclusive to the author (s), and the GAERPSY Publishing may disagree with such views partially or fully. All the articles submitted for publication in the GAERPSY Publishing are scholarly peer-reviewed for moral issues and effectiveness.
  • The decision of the reviewers shall be held final. The author (s) is solely responsible for the uniqueness of the published work. The GAERPSY Publishing shall advocate the highest ethical standards of scientific publications.
  • The GAERPSY Publishing retains the copyright of the material published in the issue. However, reproduction of the published material partially or totally in any form is with due acknowledgement of the sources as ethical norms.
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1. IJSPSY: Call for Papers: Volume 4 Issue 2 (September 2024 Edition)

The International Journal of Studies in Psychology is a peer-reviewed international (diversity) multidisciplinary research journal in psychological studies. The IJSPSY published articles two times a year, online, open-access (OA), and CrossRef Indexed. It is intended to accommodate the diverse needs of the rapidly-expanding therapeutic massage and bodywork community.

Submission: May 20, 2024

Deadline: August 30, 2024                                                                                             

Start publishing: September 01, 2024

https://pubs.ufs.ac.za/index.php/ijspsy/about/submissions or Editor-ijspsy@gaerpsy.com 

2. IJSIE: Call for Papers: Volume 1 Issue 1 (September 2024 Edition)

The International Journal of Studies in Inclusive Education is a peer-reviewed international (diversity) multidisciplinary research journal in inclusive education studies, IJSIE, three times a year peer-reviewed, online, open-access (OA), and CrossRef Indexed. 

Submission: May 20, 2024

Deadline: August 30, 2024

Start publishing: September 01, 2024                   https://pubs.ufs.ac.za/index.php/ijsie/about/submissions or Editor-ijsie@gaerpsy.com 

3. IJSSE: Call for Papers: Volume 1 Issue 1 (September 2024 Edition)

The International Journal of Studies in Sexuality Education is a peer-reviewed international (diversity) multidisciplinary research journal in sexuality education studies, IJSSE, three times a year peer-reviewed, online, open-access (OA), and CrossRef Indexed. 

Submission: May 20, 2024

Deadline: August 30, 2024

Start publishing: September 01, 2024   

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