The Psychoprevention Studies journal was created in 2013 as a quarterly, peer-reviewed and published in English, in electronic format. The journal is published by the Institute of Psychoprevention and Psychotherapy of the Natanaelum Association in Lublin. Individual magazine numbers are published and made available free of charge at www.ipip.info.pl. Michał Chwaszcz is the journal's editor in chief.
Responding to the need of supporting the efforts of academics from various academic backgrounds, mainly working on the prevention and treatment of people at risk of exclusion and excluded, but also in general psychological and social issues. The journal is set to become an open tool for the worldwide presentation of interdisciplinary research and development in the field of psychology, sociology and related fields. Also the international members of the Scientific Council of the journal influence on the high standards of the journal - according to the Publisher, more than 50% of the members of the Scientific Council are foreign specialists.
In the journal "Psychoprevention Studies" published works are the result of empirical research, as well as original theoretical publications, specialist and polemical publications, monographic publications and reviews of books, articles and textbooks. The journal is also open to the publication of master's theses, doctoral theses or habilitation theses. All publications, articles or monographs in the journal "Psychoprevention Studies" published on www.ipip.info.pl are available on the basis of the CC-BY license based on the agreement concluded with each author of the free transfer of rights to works with a commitment to CC-BY license.
In order to maintain a high level of publication in the journal, each submitted article is reviewed based on the double-blind review process. The Editorial Board ensures that at least 50% of the reviewers reviewing the publications are external reviewers, but also that more than 50% of reviewers are international. Each article presenting the results of empirical research is evaluated by a randomly chosen statistical editor.