Good editorial practices in gender equality:

Psychology, Society & Education is committed to the policies and objectives of promoting gender inclusive and egalitarian contexts. To this end, the journal follows different actions:
- Editorial participation: the journal adopts policies that ensure a balanced editorial composition between women and men, reflected both in the journal's editorial organs and in the international scientific review committee.
- Inclusive language: the journal recommends the use of inclusive language in scientific articles in accordance with the principles of equality, avoiding the use of the generic masculine and preferring the use of generic and neutral terminology and expressions.
- Correct use of the terms "gender" and "sex". the term "gender" refers to culture and should be used when referring to men and women as social groups. The term "sex" refers to biology and should be used to emphasize biological distinctions.
- Differences based on sex: in manuscripts conducted with research data among which the sex variable is of interest and/or a possible differentiating variable among participants, the editorial team will invite the authors to report on whether the conclusions have taken into account possible differences between sexes.