Responsibilities of the Editorial Board

Members of the Editorial Board are obliged to support and promote the journal, seek out the best authors and best papers (e.g. by following summaries) to actively encourage authors to send articles and review the papers submitted.

The Editor-in-Chief is responsible for decisions on which of the articles submitted should be published or not. When taking decisions, she makes use of conclusions from reviews and of the opinions of the secretaries and the Advisory Board. The Editor-in-Chief rejects the submitted article in case of plagiarism, self-plagiarism, reservations about observance of third-party copyright, or doubts about the authorship or co-authorship of the article. The author’s background, nationality, ethnic origin, race, religion, sexual orientation or political views have no correlation with the decision whether to accept or reject the text submitted. The Editors do not disclose information about authors to reviewers or information about reviewers to authors, nor do they appoint reviewers from institutions that are the author’s affiliation, or persons who have direct personal relationship with the author of the submitted study.  

 The Editor-in-Chief constantly seeks to find suitably qualified members of the Editorial Board who can contribute to the development of the journal and its proper management, regularly assess the makeup of the Editorial Board and instructs its members on the ways of exercising their duties resulting from their membership of the Board. The Editor-in-Chief consults with members of the Editorial Board now and then (e.g. once a year) to learn their opinion about the running of the journal, to inform them about changes in the policy of the journal and about future challenges.

In its activity the Editorial Board of “Logopedia” respects confidentiality rights: it protects the confidentiality of information obtained during research and professional contacts. The Editors are sensitive to the intellectual property rights and deal with the possible breach of rules concerning intellectual property protection, and support the authors whose copyright has been violated or whose works have been plagiarized


Wojciech Lipski
(Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej, Lublin)

Urszula Jęczeń
(Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej, Lublin)


Ewa Hrycyna
(University of Warmia and Mazury, Olsztyn)
Irena Jaros (University of Lodz)
Katarzyna Kaczorowska-Bray
(University of Gdańsk)
Anita Lorenc (University of Warsaw)
Mirosław Michalik (University of the National Education Commission, Krakow)
Magdalena Osowicka-Kondratowicz (University of Warmia and Mazury, Olsztyn)
Olga Przybyla (University of Silesia, Katowice)
Joanna Trzaskalik (Akademia Ignatianum, Kraków)
Ewa Wolańska (University of Warsaw)
Tomasz Woźniak (Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, Lublin)