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Career advice: how to peer review a paper – THE (Sophie Inge | February 2018)

Published/Released on February 22, 2018 | Posted by Admin on April 15, 2018 / , , , ,
 


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Detail, clarity and a constructive approach: all these are key to a helpful review, writes Sophie Inge

Congratulations, you’ve been invited by the editors of a prestigious journal to submit a peer review.

Like any good academic, you’ve done your homework: you’ve read the journal’s guidelines for reviewers and understand – more or less – what’s expected of you.

Now comes the hard part. In your hands, you hold the result of months – sometimes years – of hard work. Whether you think the paper is riddled with errors or a work of genius, your response needs to be careful and appropriate.

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