Peer Reviewed Journal of Multimedia
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CyberEmpathy is a peer-reviewed journal, evaluated by Ministry of Science and Higher Education in Poland (scored 6 points MNiSW in 2015).
Editor-in-chief: Andrzej Głowacki
Managing editor & Creative director: Marika Wato
Editorial Board: Marcos Novak, Peter Schmid, Josyp Los, Brendan Hogan, Mark Bannatyne, Piotr Zawojski, Dariusz Rott, Jan Nuckowski, Dariusz Grzybowicz, Zdzisław Hippe, Józef Lubacz, Andrzej Wielgosz, Waldemar Tłokiński, Beata Bigaj, Piotr Marecki, Juri Czabanowski, Gabriella Pal-Schmid, Grażyna Pietruszewska-Kobiela, Tomasz Jeleński, Magdalena Pińczyńska, Paul Rutkovsky,
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