What is peer review?


Peer review is the process in which experts (reviewers) in a field evaluate the research of other experts (authors) in the same field. During the process, reviewers will check the quality of the article, look for accuracy, and check the validity of the methods and procedures. The process can either be anonymous or open, depending on the journal the author is publishing in.

  • Last Updated Mar 16, 2020
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  • Answered By Tiffanie Ford-Baxter

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