To prevent plagiarism, the JAMRIS Editorial Team relies on an anti-plagiarism system which uses the iThenticate software by Turnitin – a global provider of technology services for science and education.
The system allows checking the alleged similarity of the text in question with billions of Internet sources and texts deposited by publishers who use Similarity Check.
Your article will be treated like one inseparable piece. It is not allowed to divide text from bibliography and quotes.
The percentage threshold for articles is 20%.
Plagiarism constitutes an infringement of personal copyrights whereby a person is appropriating someone else's work in its entirety or in part and publishing it under their name.
Copying one's own work to expand the author's scientific output represents an act of autoplagiarism.
If plagiarism is detected, the Editorial Board have the right to notify the institution with which the author is affiliated, the reviewers and the person(s) whose rights have been infringed. In addition, the Editorial Board will withdraw the published text and post information about the fact on the journal's website and/or in the printed version.