Submissions to The Human go through a rigorous quality control and peer-review evaluation process before receiving a decision of publication. Once you submit a work, it goes directly to the related editor(s), and the editor checks if the work features potential for contribution to and originality in its field of study. At this stage, editors reserve their rights to accept, reject, or propose revision for the work. After this principal control, our editors send your works to referees (in blind-review principle) who evaluate them and write up a report that details their evaluation. Referees will not only assess the quality of the articles and see whether they are suitable for publishing or not, but they will also provide constructive feedback. Anonymous but complete transcripts of their reports will be sent to the author. If an article is conditionally accepted for publication, or subject to revision, the revisions must be completed and the article re-submitted within a month.