Peer-review process

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  1. The reviewer writes comments that he doesn’t want the author to see

  2. Contacting Research Ethics Committees with concerns over studies

  3. An accusation of racism

  4. Multiple submissions of a paper

  5. Palestinian refugee conditions

  6. The judgement of Solomon: a case of two strikingly similar papers

  7. A member of an author group listed on a paper denies authorship

  8. Personal remarks within a post-publication literature forum

  9. Anonymous peer review – author requesting manuscript file

  10. What instructions and guidance do journals provide to their reviewers to assess submitted manuscripts?: A survey with particular emphasis on the use of reporting guidelines

    Cynthia Clerk - 30th Oct 2017

    The project aims to survey journals’ instructions to reviewers of submitted manuscripts. The study will summarise if and how journals use reporting guidelines in the peer review process, and will explore how effective the editors have found reporting guid ...

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