PUBLICATION NORMS

 

FRENIA accepts for their publication original articles on history of psychiatry and related disciplines (history of psychology, history of psyichoanalysis, neurosciences, etc.), from a multidisciplinar point of view (social, conceptual, institutional history, historical sociology, anthropology, etc.). The works will be anonimously sent to experts for their evaluation. Subsequently, the authors will know the results of this evaluation and the publication date, if this is the case. Furthermore, the authors will compromised to correct the galley proofs as indicated by the Secretary of Writing of the magazine.

The articles are accepted in any language of the European Union. A summary in Spanish or in the original language and in English will be included, with an extension of about 100 words, containing all the needed information for the knowledge of the work contents.

The publication of the originals in FRENIA does not involve any payment. The authors will receive freely 20 offprints of their work and two issues of the fascicle in which their work appears.

The originals will be sent in numbered pages of double-spaced typing, along with two copies and a diskette (in Word).

The title of the article as well as the complete name of the author(s), professional status and address for correspondence will appear at the first page.

The notes should appear at the bottom of the page and meet the following requirements:

  1. Books: Surname and name initials of the author, publication year (in brackets), book title in italics, edition place, publishing company, and page of the quotation.
    For example: LÓPEZ PIÑERO, J. M., MORALES MESEGUER, J. M.(1970), Neurosis y psicoterapia. Un estudio histórico. Madrid, Espasa-Calpe, p. 98.
    If other books of the same author published during the same year must be quoted, the minuscule letters a, b, c,...,etc. will be added to the date number.
  2. Chapters of books: Surname and name initials of the author, publication year (in brackets), book title and then the particle "In" followed by the name of the person responsible for the collective work, book title (in italics), etition place, publishing company, number of the first and last pages of the chapter, and page number of the quotation.
    For example: COMELLES, J. M., (1997), Reforma asistencial y práctica económica. De la crisis del tratamiento moral a la hegemonía del kraepelenismo. In APARICIO BASAURI, V. (comp.) Orígenes y Fundamentos de la Psiquiatría en España, Madrid, ELA edit., pp. 83-105.
  3. Articles of magazine: Surname and name initials of the author, publication year (in brackets), article title, number and volume of the magazine (in italics), fascicle number (in brackets), first and last pages of the article, and page number of the quotation.
    For example: REY GONZÁLEZ, A. (1985), Clásicos de la Psiquiatría Española del siglo XIX: Arturo Galcerán Granes (1850-1919). Revista de la Asociación Española de Neuropsiquiatría, 5 (13), 223-233, p. 225.

These requirements will serve for the first quotation of an article. For the subsequent quotations a resumed form will be used including only the author's surname, publicaction year and page number of the quotation. For example: LÓPEZ PIÑERO, MORALES MESEGUER (1970), p. 105.

The originals will be sent to FRENIA, Revista de Historia de la Psiquiatría, Departamento de Historia de la Ciencia, Instituto de Historia, Duque de Medinaceli, 6, 28014 Madrid.

 


 

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