At Reseapro Journals, we prioritize ethical publishing and aim to be a reliable and trusted partner for authors and affiliated institutions. We are dedicated to maintaining a high standard of quality for our journals through a rigorous peer review process for each submitted article. Our commitment to ethical publishing not only elevates our reputation but also benefits the broader academic community by promoting responsible publishing practices and ensuring the quality and reliability of research publications. By adhering to these principles, we maintain our readers' trust as a publishing house and contribute to developing a respected knowledge network.


All authors must have made significant contributions to the research, be able to take responsibility for the integrity of the work, and have approved the final version of the manuscript.

Author Contributions

To ensure full transparency, all manuscripts should include author contributions statement that clearly outlines the specific work of each author. This is especially important for research articles that involve multiple authors. The short paragraph below should be included that highlight each author's individual contributions.

Conceptualization, X.X. and Y.Y.; methodology, X.X.; software, X.X.; validation, X.X., Y.Y. and Z.Z.; formal analysis, X.X.; investigation, X.X.; resources, X.X.; data curation, X.X.; writing—original draft preparation, X.X.; writing—review and editing, X.X.; visualization, X.X.; supervision, X.X.; project administration, X.X.; funding acquisition, Y.Y. All authors have read and agreed to the published version of the manuscript.

Peer review:

Peer-reviewed articles are considered the gold standard in publishing practice, and we recognize the significant benefits they provide for authors and institutions. We employ a rigorous peer review process to ensure the quality and validity of the research we publish. All peer reviewers are selected based on their expertise in the relevant field and are expected to provide fair and objective evaluations of the manuscript.

Data manipulation

Data manipulation or fabrication is not acceptable. Reseapro Journals have zero tolerance to data manipulation or fabrication. Authors must provide accurate and complete data, and any manipulation must be clearly disclosed.


We use industry standard plagiarism detection software to check all submissions made to Reseapro Journals. Submissions that fail to comply with our plagiarism policy will not be considered and will be returned to the authors. As a general guideline, authors must ensure overall similarity index of less than 15% in their submitted articles.

Multiple submissions:

Submitting the same manuscript to multiple journals simultaneously is considered unethical. This practice not only wastes the valuable time of editors and peer reviewers but also poses a significant threat to the reputation of both the authors and the journals involved. Authors must declare that the article being submitted to Reseapro Journals has not been submitted elsewhere or under consideration by any other journal for publication.

Conflicts of interest:

Authors are required to disclose any financial or personal conflicts of interest that may influence their research.

Ethical treatment of human and animal subjects:

All research involving human or animal subjects are required to be conducted in accordance with relevant ethical guidelines and regulations. It is author’s responsibility to provide details of ethical approval for the research in the manuscript (preferably in the “Methods” section), including but not limited to the name of the approving committee (e.g., Institutional Review Board, Research Ethics Board) and the name of the institution at which approval was granted.

Corrections and retractions:

In the event of errors or misconduct, we will issue notification for corrections or retractions to the authors as necessary to maintain the integrity of publications in Reseapro journals.

By following these ethical practices, we are able to ensure the quality and reliability of the research we publish and maintain the trust of our readers and the scientific community.