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Instructions for Authors


1. General

Please send your manuscript on disk or by email [redaktion@jfpp.org] in Microsoft Word formatted documents (saved as word or rich-text documents) for blind review. Original papers should not exceed 40.000 characters, Case reports (with ethical, philosophical, or psychological-psychiatric topics) can have between 15.000-30.000 characters. Each submission must include a summary in original language (not longer than 200 words) and an english abstract with a maximum of 450 words. Short communications (aphorisms, anecdotes, comments, congress reports, information about publications, letters, questions, reports, thesis) should have an average amount of 5.000 characters.
Please submit illustrations, figures, and photographs separately as TIFF-formatted documents with at least 300 dpi for correct online processing. Please indicate where the figures should be integrated into the text (e.g. “Insert Illustration AB here”). Simple illustrations (e.g. charts, schemes) can be submitted separately in Microsoft Word formatted documents. Please use file names like “Illustration AB” or “Chart AB”.

2. Formation of Paper

  • Title
  • Full name of Author(s)
  • Summary in original language (if not english) (200 words) and max. 5 key-words
  • English title, english abstract (450 words) and max. 5 key-words
  • Text
  • Bibliography
  • end notes
  • Informations about the author(s) including contact address (e.g. fields of interest, actual occupational activity) max. 5 lines

3. Formation of Text

  • Format: Font size 12 pt; one and a half-spaced; Times New Roman; Standard
  • no centre justification! (left justified)
  • no line breaks in the text
  • Italicize for accentuation
  • please write a continuous text with automatic word wraparound and use the return-key for ending a passage and beginning a new paragraph
  • please note, no pagination, no headlines or footers
  • no tabulators in the text
  • longer quotations (exceeding 40 words) should be placed in an indented paragraph
  • foot notes are possible as end notes, typed free hand without automatic software tools

4. Quotations in the text

(Author, Year, Page)

Examples

direct quotations: „Unser Wesen ist Auf-dem-Weg-Sein.“ (Jaspers, 1976, S. 109)
indirect quotations: … to be assumed (Schulze & Schulze, 1902c; Tessla et al., 2002).

5. Bibliography

The bibliography should contain all mentioned and directly quoted references used in the text and should be listed in alphabetical order at the end of the text.

  • Monographs:
    Author(s) (Year). Title. Edition. Place of Publishing: Publisher.
  • Article (Journal):
    Author(s) (Year). Title of Article. Journal, Volume (issue), pages.
  • Article (edited book):
    Author(s) (Year). Title of Article. In Editor(s) (ed.), Title of Book (pages). Place of Publishing: Publisher.
  • Electronic Media:
    Author(s) (Year). Title of Opus [Type of Medium]. Place of Publishing: Publisher.
  • Online Media:
    Author(s) (Year). Title of Opus. URL: <path statement> [date of usage].

Examples

Deleuze, G. & Guattari, F. (1972). Capitalisme et Schizophrenie I. L’Anti Oedipe. Paris: Les Editions de Minuit.

Fulford, K. W. M., Stanghellini, G. & Broome, M. (2004). What can philosophy do for psychiatry? World Psychiatry, 3 (3), 130-135.

Höffe, O. (1994). Aristoteles. 3. überarbeitete Auflage. In O. Höffe (Hrsg.), Klassiker der Philosophie I (S. 63-94). München: Beck.

Jaspers, K. (1913). Allgemeine Psychopathologie. Heidelberg: Springer.

Morris, W. E. (2007). David Hume. The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Winter 2007 Edition), E. N. Zalta (ed.), URL:
 <http://plato.stanford.edu/archives/win2007/entries/hume/>. [23.03.2008].

Schmidt-Degenhard, M. (2008). Prozess – Entwicklung – Persönlichkeitswandel. Der Nervenarzt, 79 (5), 531-542.

Schwartz, M. A. & Wiggins, O. P. (2004). Phenomenological and Hermeneutic Models: Understanding and Interpretation in Psychiatry. In J. Radden (ed.), The Philosophy of Psychiatry: A Companion (p. 351-363). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Trier, L. von (2007). Die Idioten [DVD]. Leipzig: Kinowelt Home Entertainment.




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Juckel, G., Hoffmann, K. (Hrsg.)
Ethische Entscheidungs-situationen in Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie

Fahrenberg, J.
Theoretische Psychologie – Eine Systematik der Kontroversen

Schmitt, C.T.
Was ist Klugheit? Wertebezogenes Handeln im Führungskontext

Fahrenberg, J.
Zur Kategorienlehre der Psychologie

von Thienen, J.
Kausalniveaus

W. Blankenburg
Der Verlust der natürlichen Selbst-verständlichkeit. Ein Beitrag zur Psychopathologie symptomarer Schizophrenien

P. Spät
Der Mensch lebt nicht vom Hirn allein. Wie der Geist in den Körper kommt

M. Musalek, M. Poltrum (Hrsg.)
Glut und Asche - Burnout. Neue Aspekte der Diagnostik und Behandlung

E. Baumgartner
Liquid Structures. Auf dem Weg in die narzisstische Gesellschaft

Martin Poltrum
Klinische Philosophie

Kupke, C.; Brückner, B. (Hrsg.)
Das Verschwiden des Sozialen

Stumpf, C.
Erkenntnislehre

Heinze, M.; Loch-Falge, J., Offe, S.. (Hrsg.)
ÜberSetzungen

Lamiell, J.T.
William Stern (1871-1938): A Brief Introduction to His Life and Works

Musalek, M., Poltrum, M. (Hrsg.)
Ars Medica. Zu einer neuen Ästhetik in der Medizin

Vogeley, K., Fuchs, T., Heinze, M. (Hrsg.)
Psyche zwischen Natur und Kultur

Kupke, Ch.
Der Begriff Zeit in der Psychopathologie

Fuchs, T., Vogeley, K., Heinze, M. (Hrsg.)
Subjektivität und Gehirn

Heinze, M., Fuchs, T., Reischies, F. (Hrsg.)
Willensfreiheit – eine Illusion? Naturalismus und Psychiatrie