Author guidelines

All manuscript submission needs to include the following:

- Main manuscript with Figures or Tables (if any) in the same file

- Suggested reviewers' form

- Submission and Authorship

- Graphicle abstract (It is a single, concise, visual summary or hilight of the main findings and could be the  figure from the manuscript.)

Types of Manuscript

The NUJST Publishes 4 types of manuscripts.

1. Original Articles:Original Articles are comprehensive accounts of significant experimental or theoretical results, including clinical trials and case reports. The arrangement of full-length articles should accord with the guidelines in the manuscript preparation section.

2. Review Article:Review articles provide an overview of topics of current interest to researchers and are limited to 6,000 words.

3. Short Communications:Short Communications are preliminary reports limited to approximately 2,000 words, including 1-2 table(s)/figure(s) with not more than 15 references.


Manuscript Preparation:

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Contributors submitting manuscripts for consideration for publication should adhere to the following guidelines.

1. All manuscripts must be submitted via the Naresuan Journal Online Submission System using Open Journal System: OJS by Thai journal citation index: TCI at (

2. Manuscript files should be created using Microsoft Word (.doc, docx files) and must be written using high-quality language. For non-native English language authors, the article should be proofread by a language specialist. Poor use of English could result in immediate rejection of the paper.

3. The manuscript should be no longer than 20 pages. The inclusion of more figures and tables will reduce the word allowance and vice versa.

4. The manuscript should be prepared in a single column, double-spaced, with 2.5 cm margins (left and right) and line numbers for editorial and proofreader's marks. 12 pt Eucrosia font should be used throughout, and all pages should be numbered consecutively.

5. The main manuscript file must contain the title, abstract, keywords, full text of the article, acknowledgments, and references.

A. Title

The length of the full title has no prescribed limit. However, authors are encouraged to write titles that grab readers' attention and interest. Avoid any abbreviations if possible.

B. List of Authors (This part should appear only on the title page)

All authors should be listed here. The author's name should be written starting from the full first name followed by the last name. The given name or middle name should written in only the first letter and place before the surname. That is how the authors' names will appear in the final publication. The corresponding author is indicated by a superscript*. Before the preparation of the galley proof, any modifications to author names – such as correcting typographical errors, adjusting the order, or adding/removing names – must be communicated through a formal letter. The letter should be signed by all the authors and must be submitted before the galley proof is finalized. The corresponding author must indicate his/her E-mail address.

C. Affiliations

Names and addresses of the establishments where the work was done, indicating multiple affiliations or current addresses where appropriate, as follows:

           - Department, Faculty, University, or organizational affiliation

           - Location: city, state/province (if applicable), postcode, Country

If authors are from the same affiliation, the same superscript (1.2,3…..) should be marked on ech author’s name.

D. Abstract

The abstract should include the essential contents of the article. The abstract format is non-structured. It should be clear and concise and must be written in a single paragraph with a maximum of 600 words.

E. Keywords

Provide 3-5 keywords or short phrases that pertain to the article. These terms should be pertinent to the subject discipline and appropriate for indexing purposes. Each keyword should begin with a capital letter and be separated by a comma (,).

F. Article Text

The text must be divided into main sections, as follows:

1. Introduction

           The introduction should clearly define the purpose of the work and its significance. It should also provide a concise overview of the study, focusing on its importance as well as clarifying the gaps in existing research. It should consist of reviews and citations of relevant literature, highlighting any controversial hypotheses, if any. Finally, state the main aim of the study.

2. Materials and Methods

The materials and methods may be organized into subheadings for clarity. The materials and methods should provide a comprehensive description that allows other researchers to replicate and develop upon the published results. It should be briefly summarized and appropriately reference well-established methods while providing detailed descriptions of new methods and protocols. For interventional studies involving animals or humans and other research activities requiring ethical approval, it is necessary to specify the authority that granted permission and provide the corresponding ethical approval code. This ensures transparency and compliance with ethical guidelines and regulations.

3. Results

The Results may be organized into subheadings for clarity. It should present a concise and accurate description of the experimental results, their interpretation, and the conclusions that can be drawn from the results.

Figures and Tables must be included in the main manuscript file in the appropriate context of the manuscript. Do not submit a separate file for the figures and tables. The figures and tables should be numbered consecutively.

Legends, tables, and footnotes should be typed on separate sheets. Footnotes must be numbered sequentially in superscript throughout the text and should be used sparingly. Figures should have a minimum resolution of 200 dpi. The file size must not exceed 2 Mb and should be named according to the figure number.

Figure and Table titles, captions, and information relevant to the figures must be written clearly. Use "Figure 1. XXXX" or "Table 1. xxxx" for the figure and table titles. Use "(Fig. 1) or (Table. 1) "as shown in Figure 1. or Table.1 " in the text.

Line drawings should be of high resolution and high contrast. Black-and-white or color photographs may be accepted, provided they are of high quality. They should also be provided as computer graphic files after the manuscript is accepted for publication and in the final form. Regardless of the application used, when the electronic artwork is finalized, the images should be saved as, or converted to, one of the following formats (Note the resolution requirements for line drawings, halftones, and line/halftone combinations given below.).

TIFF or JPG: Color or greyscale photographs (halftones): use a minimum of 360 ppi.

TIFF or JPG: Combinations bitmapped line/halftone (color or greyscale): use a minimum of 600 ppi.

4. Discussion

The results and discussion parts may be combined. The discussion section should include an analysis of the present study's findings in relation to prior research and the working hypotheses. It should also address the research's limitations.  

5. Conclusion and suggestions

The conclusion and suggestions should highlight the key findings and summarize the significant contributions to existing knowledge. The implications, significance, and potential applications of the findings should be discussed. The conclusions must be firmly grounded in the original research question and supported directly by the results. Additionally, authors may outline future research directions that can build upon the present study.              

G. Acknowledgements

Acknowledgments should be as brief as possible, and the authors should inform anyone acknowledged in this section.

H. References

All referenced documents should be in English. References must be numbered in order of appearance in the text (including citations in tables and legends) and listed individually at the end of the manuscript. A bibliography software package such as EndNote or Reference Manager is recommended for formatting the references. Include the digital object identifier (DOI) for all references if available.

The references from web pages should not be included.

References and Citations of published literature in the text should be given in the form of author and year in parentheses; (Mongnan, 2014), or if the name forms part of a sentence, it should be followed by the year in parenthesis; Mongnan (2014). All references mentioned in the Reference list must be cited in the text, and vice versa. Click here for APA 7th citation Style.

The References at the end of the manuscript should list all the references cited in the text and are arranged in alphabetical order according to the first author's surname. References should not be numbered. Titles of the journal or conference proceedings are not abbreviated. Click here for APA 7th

Sample references are listed below.

Journal Article

Edwards, A. A., Steacy, L. M., Siegelman, N., Rigobon, V. M., Kearns, D. M., Rueckl, J. G., & Compton, D. L.  (2022). Unpacking the unique relationship between set for variability and word reading development:  Examining word and child-level predictors of performance. Journal of Educational Psychology, 114(6), 1242–1256.

Smith, F. W., & Rossit, S. (2018). Identifying and detecting facial expressions of emotion in peripheral vision.PLoS ONE, 13(5), e0197160.

Tongkamsi, S., Singasa, K., Tubtim, T., Nakbubpa, K., Chansilpa, T., Kayee, S. (2015). Effects of storage timeat 32.5 oC on amount of Bacillus cereus in UHT milk for school in Chonburi province. Chinag Mai Veterinary Journal, 13, 1– 6.

Online Magazine Article

Thomson, J. (2022, September 8). Massive, strange white structures appear on Utah's Great Salt Lake. Newsweek

Print Magazine Article
Nicholl, K. (2020, May). A royal spark. Vanity Fair, 62(5), 56–65, 100.

Online Newspaper Article

Roberts, S. (2020, April 9). Early string ties us to Neanderthals. The New York Times

Print Newspaper Article
Reynolds, G. (2019, April 9). Different strokes for athletic hearts. The New York Times, D4

Authored Book

Kaufman, K. A., Glass, C. R., & Pineau, T. R. (2018). Mindful sport performance enhancement: Mental training for athletes and coaches. American Psychological Association.

Edited Book Chapter

Zeleke, W. A., Hughes, T. L., & Drozda, N. (2020). Home–school collaboration to promote mind–body health. In C. Maykel & M. A. Bray (Eds.), Promoting mind–body health in schools: Interventions for mental health professionals (pp. 11–26). American Psychological Association.

Conference Session

Davidson, R. J. (2019, August 8–11). Well-being is a skill [Conference session]. APA 2019 Convention, Chicago, IL, United States.

Dissertation From a Database
Horvath-Plyman, M. (2018). Social media and the college student journey: An examination of how social media use impacts social capital and affects college choice, access, and transition (Publication No. 10937367). [Doctoral dissertation, New York University]. ProQuest Dissertations and Theses Global


              The AHSTR respects and values intellectual property and is committed to protecting and promoting its authors' original contributions and work. Any form of plagiarism, including using other people's work without appropriate acknowledgments or permission, will not be tolerated. All manuscripts submitted for publication to AHSTR are cross-checked for plagiarism using Turnitin software. the similarity index is calculated based on the body of the text excluding citations, references, quotes and some small matches (less than 2% similarity). If plagiarism is detected (more that 25%), the manuscript will be immediately rejected and revoked, and appropriate actions will be taken to address the issue. In cases where plagiarism is identified after publication, appropriate action will be taken, such as amending or retracting the paper, the AHSTR reserve the right to notify the author's Institute/College/University and Funding Agency, if any, both before and after publication.  

           The AHSTR strongly advises all editors and reviewers to exercise vigilance and thoroughly evaluate submissions for any signs of plagiarism. Editors and reviewers are encouraged to immediately notify the journal if any instance of plagiarism is suspected.

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