The aim of the Cyprus Turkish Journal of Psychiatry and Psychology, Cyprus, Turkey and in the world, mainly Psychiatry and Psychology, to provide the scientific level of theoretical knowledge and clinical experience to create and promote a forum.

In the Cyprus Turkish Journal of Psychiatry and Psychology, original research articles, review articles, case reports, letters / debates, books and dissertations will be published.

The journal is published in every four months with 3 issues per year.

Manuscripts are published after review of the editorial board and at least two reviewers, and after making necessary corrections.

Journal content;

  • At the stage of submission, the application letter, title, authors and institutions, contact address, Turkish abstract and the title and summary of the manuscript should be written at the relevant stages.
  • Turkish abstract should be added to the works written in English.
  • In the main text of the manuscript it will be used as follows: Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, Discussion, Acknowledgments, References, Tables and Figures.

Manuscripts must not have been previously published or sent to another journal for publication.

Copyright Transfer Form;

  • Manuscripts that are not accepted to be published are not returned, and the review reports of the manuscripts are sent to the author (s). The publication rights of the accepted articles are transferred to the journal by ‘Copyright Transfer Form’.
  • For the published manuscripts, the first author is not paid any fees except for two print journal.
  • For accepted manuscripts, the authors are deemed to have accepted the correctness by the editor-in-chief.

In case of studies presented previously in a congress / symposium, this should be stated as a footnote.

Click here for Copyright Transfer Form.

Ethics Committee;

  • Local ethics committee approval should be obtained for researches. In the manuscripts that report the results of the experimental studies, there should be a sentence indicating that the informed consent of the volunteer or the patients were taken after all the procedure(s) is fully described. In the case of such a study, the authors must accept internationally recognized guidelines and Turkish provisions of the regulations and also send the approval of the Ethics Committee from the institution. Studies on animals should be made clear of what has been done to prevent pain and discomfort.

Writing rules

1.) The language of the Cyprus Turkish Journal of Psychiatry and Psychology is Turkish and English. Manuscripts should be written in a clear, fluent, simple language and long narratives should be avoided. Turkish equivalents of foreign words and abbreviations must be fully written in parenthesis where they crossed. Generic names of drugs should be used. Footnotes should not be used.

2.) The names of the authors should be placed at the bottom right of one line of the article title and the title, institution, address, telephone, e-mail address should be given with the asterisk (*). Authors / text-specific terminology and / or abbreviations should be explained in footnotes. The author (s) must be the person (s) who makes the work and writes directly.

If the research has received financial support from an organization or has been presented in a congress, it should be placed on the last word of the title of the manuscript (*) and should be indicated as a bottom note.

3.) Articles are on one side of A4 paper size, 2.5 cm on all sides. It should be written with “Times New Roman” font with 12 pt and one and a half line spacing. The Turkish title should not exceed 19 words. Subheadings must be preceded by line spacing, no space between paragraphs and no paragraph indented. Footnotes should be used to provide additional information, not for source representation, should be numbered on the page, written in 10 pt and 1line spacing and justified. The page numbers must also be placed at the bottom with 11 pt.

4.) Manuscripts should be sent by e-mail (3500 in the research articles, 3500 in the review and original articles, 2500 in the case report, letter in the editor, 500 words in the book and dissertation promotion). Accepted manuscripts are published in order.

5.) First page: Title of Turkish and English abstracts (150-250 words) written by the 3-8 key words should be added to the Index Medicus and Turkey Science Terms. The abstract should be organized according to introduction-method-results-discussion sections.

6.) Research papers: After the abstract, the sub-headings of the introduction-method and materials-results-discussion-references should be included, the latest information should be written on the subject, the method should be written clearly, the validity and reliability studies of the measurement tools used and the tests used for the evaluation, standard deviation, test values ​​should be specified. In the discussion, the benefits of the results in clinical and theoretical aspects, application areas and innovations should be emphasized.

7.) In-article citations and bibliography in the journal should be presented according to international APA 6 format. For more information, see Resources in the web page.

8.) The visuals and note samples included in the articles should be numbered as Figure / Table 1. … with their short explanations. All images should be sent in JPG format at a minimum resolution of 300 dpi to avoid any resolution problems. Placements in text can be changed according to page layout when required.

9.) Table, graphics, figures and photos should not be more than six, should be placed on a separate page, should be specified in the text. The dot should not be used in Arabic numerals and decimals.

10.) Review articles: The aim, the method used, the sources used, the results to be written should be indicated. (Up to 50 references)

11.) Case report: Typical or uncommon cases of clinical or theoretical education. (30 sources)

12.) Translation, book and dissertation presentation: Translation, book and thesis introductions should be short, an original copy of translation articles and thesis should be sent.

Reference in Text

References should be written in parentheses in the text by including the surnames and publication date of the manuscripts. If more than one source is to be shown, the (;) sign must be used between the references. References should be sorted alphabetically.

Single author References;

(Akyolcu, 2007)

References with two authors;

(Sayıner and Demirci, 2007, p. 72)

References with three, four and five authors;

For the first use in the text: (Ailen, Ciambrune and Welch 2000, pp. 12 .13) In repeated use within the text: (Ailen et al., 2000).

References with six and more authors;

(Çavdar et al., 2003)

References in References Section

All references should be given in a separate section at the end of the text in alphabetical order.

Examples of literature writing are given below.


a) Book Example

Onur, B. (1997). Developmental Psychology, Ankara: İmge Kitapevi.

b) Translation of Books

Schuckit MA. (1993). Alcohol and Substance Abuse. K Kamberoglu (trans.), Izmir: Kanyilmaz Matbaasi.

c) Multi Writer Turkish Book

Tonta, Y., Bitirim, Y. and Sever, H. (2002). Performance evaluation in Turkish search engines. Ankara: Total Informatics.

d) English Book

Kamien R., & amp; Kamien, A. (2014). Music: An appreciation. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Education.

e) Section in English Book

Bassett, C. (2006). Cultural studies. In G. Hall & C. Birchall (Eds.), New cultural studies: Adventures in theory (pp. 220 Bir237). Edinburgh, UK: Edinburgh University Press.

f) Section in Turkish Book

Erkmen, T. (2012). Organizational culture: Functions, elements, the importance of business management and leadership. M. Zencirkıran (Ed.), In the book of Organizational Sociology (pp. 233an263). Bursa: Dora Edition Publication.


a) Article

Mutlu, B. and Savaşer, S. (2007). Causes of stress in parents in the intensive care unit after surgery and attempts to reduce. Istanbul University Florence Nightingale Nursing Journal, 15 (60), 179ing182.

b) More Than Seven Writers in Article

Lal, H., Cunningham, A. L., Godeaux, O., Chlibek, R., Diez-Domingo, J., Hwang, S.-J. … Heineman, T. C. (2015). Efficacy of an adjuvanted herpes zoster subunit vaccine in older adults. New England Journal of Medicine, 372, 2087 Medicine2096.

Thesis, Presentation, Paper

a) Thesis

Yellow, E. (2008). Cultural identity and policy: Interculturalism in Mardin. (Unpublished PhD Thesis). Ankara University Institute of Social Sciences, Ankara.

b) Congress Presentation

Çepni, S., Bacanak, A. and Özsevgeç, T. (2001, June). The relation of science teacher candidates attitudes towards science branches and their success in science branches. Paper presented at the X. National Educational Sciences Congress, Abant İzzet Baysal University, Bolu

The authors should ensure that they have written entirely original works, and if the authors have used the work and/or words of others, that this has been appropriately cited or quoted.All studies are controlled through the plagiarism report
Manuscript submissions are made through the Dergipark system and the link is given below;


EASE Statement on Quality Standards

The European Association of Science Editors encourages all editors to ensure that reports of research on COVID-19 meet required standards and comply with agreed guidelines, and that any limitations are clearly stated.

Members of EASE have noted poor standards of reporting in many studies related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Medical and public health measures to treat infected patients and to limit the spread of the coronavirus have to be based on high quality evidence if they are to succeed. EASE urges all involved in collecting and publishing data related to the pandemic to adhere to ethical guidelines, and to follow standard reporting guidelines (see, for example CONSORT for clinical trials and STROBE for epidemiological studies. Demographic data should include age and sex of all individuals and follow the SAGER guidelines to ensure that data on sex and gender are fully and correctly reported. We encourage full and open sharing of data where possible.

We recognise that in times of crisis it may not always be possible to obtain all required data, and that reporting may – of necessity – be curtailed. To avoid misinterpretation, but also to facilitate the rapid sharing of information, we encourage editors to ensure that authors include a statement of limitations on their research. This will inform readers and strengthen the usefulness of any published research.

In addition, whilst always advocating high language standards, we acknowledge that to facilitate rapid dissemination of important research it may be necessary to limit editorial involvement to ensuring that the published research is understandable, and not to enforce stringent language requirements on authors.

The relevant statement can be found at the website