All manuscripts should be prepared in accordance with the form and style as outlined in the American Psychological Association Publication Manual (6th ed.). Manuscripts should be double-spaced, including references, notes, abstracts, quotations, and tables. The title page should be followed by an abstract of 150 to 300 words. Tables and references should follow APA style and be double-spaced. The manuscript must be typed in Times New Roman font size 12-point, with 1" margins all around. Normally, manuscripts should not exceed 30 pages (double-spaced), including tables, figures, and references. Manuscripts should not be simultaneously submitted to another journal, nor should they have been published elsewhere in considerably similar form or with considerably similar content. The full-text file must not contain author information.
Author information file should be uploaded separately as "Additional file for editor". This document should include, for each author, name, institutional affiliation, mailing address, telephone number, e-mail address, and a brief biographical statement.
All submissions will be reviewed initially by the editors for appropriateness to IJIAAR. If the editor considers the manuscript to be appropriate, it will then be sent for anonymous review. The final decision will be made by the editors based on the reviewers’ recommendations. All process -submission, review, and revision- is carried out by e-Journal Management System. The submissions should be written using MS-WORD or compatible word processors. IJIAAR has a policy of screening for plagiarism.
Research articles (Original Articles) report substantial and original scientific results within the journal's scope. Generally, these are expected to be between 8 and 16 journal pages, have appropriate figures and/or tables, have references, and have an abstract of 100–200 words.
Review articles summarize the status of knowledge and outline future directions of research within the journal scope. These articles do not have an expected page limit or a maximum number of references, should include appropriate figures and/or tables, and include an abstract of 100–200 words. The manuscript title must start with "Review article:".
Short communications are timely, peer-reviewed and short (2–4 journal pages). These may be used to report new developments, significant advances, and novel aspects of experimental and theoretical methods and techniques which are relevant for scientific investigations within the journal scope. Short communications have a maximum of three figures and/or tables, and an abstract length not exceeding 100 words. The manuscript title must start with "Short communication:"