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  Basic Research Journals Publication Ethics

Introduction

Basic Research Journals requires all authors to adhere to the ethical standards as prescribed by the Committee on
Publication Ethics (COPE), International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE), International Association of
Scientific.

Authorship

Inclusions of a person who do not meet authorship requirement as specified by the editorial policy or the exclusion of a
person who meets the requirement is a violation of this publication ethics.

Plagiarism

The practice of submitting somebody publication or ideas and claiming it as one’s own is not accepted by basic Research
Journals.
Submitted manuscripts should be the original works of the author(s). Basic Research Journals will follow COPE guideline in
suspected cases of plagiarism.

Duplicate manuscripts

It is unethical for authors to submit a manuscript to more than one journal at the same time, either with Basic Research
Journals or any other journal. This includes the submission of the same manuscripts and data with the same subject and
language.

Fabrication/falsification of data

Fabrication or falsification of data is a to publication ethics. Basic Research Journals will follow the COPE guidelines in
suspected cases of fabrication and falsification of data.

Citations manipulation

Authors should use only citations that are relevant to their manuscripts. Addition of references which are not relevant to
their subject is highly discouraged.

 

Citations

Irrelevant self citation is unethical.
Unnecessary citation of articles for the purpose of increasing the articles citation is unethical.
Unnecessary citation of articles from a particular journal to increase the journals citation is unethical.

 

 

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