Psicothema was founded in Asturias (northern Spain) in 1989, and is published jointly by the Psychology Faculty of the University of Oviedo and the Psychological Association of the Principality of Asturias (Colegio Oficial de Psicólogos del Principado de Asturias).
We currently publish four issues per year, which accounts for some 100 articles annually. We admit work from both the basic and applied research fields, and from all areas of Psychology, all manuscripts being anonymously reviewed prior to publication.
In compliance with the requirements of Organic Law 3/2018, 5th December, Data Protection and Digital Rights, the following information is provided in relation to how your personal data is treated:
Who is responsible for dealing with your data?
COLEGIO OFICIAL DE PSICOLOGOS DE ASTURIAS. CIF: Q3300296E
Address: C/ Ildefonso Sanchez del Rio, 4 - 1º B, 33001, Oviedo.
Data protection delegate: PRODAT PRINCIPADO, S.L. - TORRECERREDO, 4 - BAJO - 33012 OVIEDO - 985 11 40 57 - DPDASTURIAS@PRODAT.ES
If you belong to any of the following groups, please look at the relevant drop-down information:
What data is collected through the website and why?
We collect your data (forename and surname) in order to publish them in existing publications on the website.
What is the authorization for how your data is dealt with?
Authors who include reviewers’ data in the corresponding section of the website, www.psicotema.es, must have the reviewers consent for their data to be included and used for the relevant purposes.
The College will not be responsible for reviewers’ data that authors include without the reviewers’ consent.
+ SOCIAL NETWORK CONTACT DETAILS
What is this data used for?
What is the authorization for dealing with your data?
Acceptance of a contractual relationship regarding the corresponding social network in agreement with their privacy policies:
*(Google+ y Youtube)
How long will your data be kept for?
We can only consult or remove your data if you have a specific profile. We will use your data as long as you allow us, by following us, friending us, or clicking “like”, “follow”, or similar buttons.
Any modification of your data or restriction of information or publications must be made through the settings for your profile or user data in the relevant social network.
Do we include personal data from third parties?
No. As a rule, we only use data provided to us by those who own the data. If you provide us with data about third parties, you should first tell them and ask for their consent, otherwise we are not liable for failure to comply with this requirement.
What about children’s data?
We do not keep or use data from under-14s. Please do not send us data if you are under this age limit, or details from third parties. The OFFICIAL ASTURIAN COLLEGE OF PSYCHOLOGISTS is not liable for failure to comply with this requirement.
Do we communicate via digital means?
What security measures do we have in place?
You can be assured that we have an excellent level of protection for the personal data we manage. We have installed all of the technical, state of the art means at our disposal so that your personal data is not lost, misused, altered, accessed without authorization, or stolen.
Where will your data be sent?
Your data will not be given to third parties, except where there is a legal obligation to do so. Your details will be communicated to the State tax authorities and to banks or financial bodies in order to pay for services rendered or products
and those responsible for processing needed to execute the agreement.
For purchases or payments, if you select any application, website, platform, bank-card, or any other online service, your details will be given to that platform or will be used in that environment, with appropriate security.
At our request, our web hosts, and web development and maintenance provider will have access to our website. They have signed service contracts requiring them to maintain the same level of privacy protection as we do.
Any international transfer of data to American applications will be in adherence to the Privacy Shield framework, which ensures that American software companies comply with European data protection policies regarding privacy.
What are your rights?
If you change any of your personal details, we would be grateful if you notified us so that we can keep them up to date.
Do you need a form to exercise your rights?
What is the response time when exercising your rights?
It depends on what you request, but we normally respond within a month, two if the request is very complex, and we will notify you if we need more time.
How long will we keep your personal data?