Contributor Roles Taxonomy
Authorship requires significant contribution in the conception or development of the research, drafting of the manuscript, and mandatory review and approval of the final version.
As an expression of transparency and recognition of the different contributions of the researchers to a manuscript and to the research reported, the manuscript should report at the end of the text with precision the specific contributions of each of the authors.
Our journal adopts the CRediT (Contributor Roles Taxonomy) specification system maintained by the Consortia for Advancing Standards in Research Administration Information (CASRAI). CRediT considers 14 different roles of authorship or contribution: conceptualization, methodology, software, validation, data curation, investigation, resources, formal analysis, writing - original draft, writing - review - editing, visualization, supervision, project administration, and funding acquisition.
All authors are equally responsible for the article, additionally, authors should formally specify whether or not there are potential conflicts of interest in the execution and communication of the research.