Copyright and publishing rules

Free Access to Information

All content published in Applied Psychology is the copyright of this journal, and all of this content is freely accessible under the CC BY license.

The Scientific Journal of Applied Psychology is published under the auspices of Shahid Beheshti University, and fully complies with the Creative Commons Attribution License (CC-BY) requirements in accordance with the Bethesda Statement on the Publication of Open Access on June 20, 2003.

Readers' Rights

Readers can use articles published in this journal under the relevant publishing license (CC BY) as a third party. They must also comply with patents, trademarks and other intellectual property rights (including research data) and Credit the published material.


Authors can use their article published in this journal under the relevant publishing license (CC BY), meaning that they can use their articles to teach in the classroom (paper or electronically). Well-known contributors who wish to use the article in person or in their thesis or dissertation should submit a copy (including by email) so that the authors can work on the current article and its results in future editing. Use it; expand it into a book; use it to prepare for other extraction work; and use parts or excerpts from the article in other works.

Journal Law

The journal can ask authors to explain that their paper has not been published before (unless it is published as an abstract, part of a lecture, or a dissertation), and is not currently being considered for publication elsewhere. If an article is accepted in this journal, it will not be published in any other journal, even in electronic form, whether in Persian or any other language, without the written consent of the copyright holder (Journal of Applied Psychology).

In the event of any plagiarism or misconduct, the Journal of Applied Psychology reserves the right to sue.


The Journal of Applied Psychology allows the author(s) to publish and copy without limitation the published works, provided that the rights of the Ethics Committee in Publication (COPE) are observed.