Aims and Scope
From a social, behavioral and health perspective, Senex investigates the aging process and old age period on a platform that encourages interaction among scientists, researchers and experts; it is an interdisciplinary periodical that aims to present empircal research, conceptual studies and methodological contributions of interest to the scientific community.
Senex seeks to advance dialogue among scientists, researchers and users of research findings coming from a variety of disciplines; in producing, updating and expanding relevant findings and current knowledge; and in contributing to original scientific studies, policy studies, best practices and utility models.
Senex is published online and espouses open access over the course of the year. Articles approved by double-blind peer review are published online. Articles published over the course of the calendar year are compiled at the end of December to form that year’s issue.
Senex: Journal of Aging Studies is an international, double-blind peer reviewed open access journal and published content is the responsibility of the respective author(s). Authors of articles published in Senex retain the copyright of their articles and are free to reproduce and disseminate their work.
Authors of articles published in Senex: Journal of Aging Studies retain the copyright of their article(s) and are free to reproduce and disseminate their work. For further details please see Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
Open Access Policy
All published articles in Senex are open to use by the general public; all content are allowed to read, downloaded, distributed and used free of monetary charge and without permission from the publisher or author(s) provided that the source is cited. All articles published by Senex are accessible online immediately upon publication, without article processing charges (APCs) or article submission charges (ASCs).
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