Peer review under review: room for improvement? E. E. van der Wall – Netherlands Heart Journal: The peer review process is a central part of medicine and has become a touchstone of modern evaluation of scientific quality. A frequent claim is that the process is insufficiently objective and that it is inconsistent in its capacity to assess manuscript quality.
Peer reviewers learn from giving comments Young Hoan Cho, Kwangsu Cho – Instructional Science: Research on peer reviewing has revealed that comments received from peer reviewers are helpful when it comes to making revisions in an individual’s writing, but the role of providing comments to peer writers has been little explored despite the potential value of such research. In this study, how student reviewers learn by reviewing peer drafts in the context of reciprocal peer reviewing is explored.
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