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Go to the profile of Yasin Ghulam
Yasin Ghulam over 1 year ago

Okay. 

Go to the profile of Muhammad Naeem Nizam
Muhammad Naeem Nizam over 1 year ago

Al right

Go to the profile of Anna Paakkonen
Anna Paakkonen over 1 year ago

Why is this after the exercise that tests your knowledge on the different types of peer review?

Go to the profile of Dr. Mahendra Kumar C
Dr. Mahendra Kumar C over 1 year ago

Agreed 

Go to the profile of Kamuyu Mwai
Kamuyu Mwai 8 months ago

Good explanation

Go to the profile of Raghed ibrahim esmaeel

i agree.  

Go to the profile of Saritha Lingareddy
Saritha Lingareddy 5 months ago

Does a journal consist of different review types wherein the authors have an option to choose the review type. Is Single blind or double blind peer review purely the nature/policy of the Journal ?

Go to the profile of Andre Paulino de Lima
Andre Paulino de Lima about 2 months ago

It is interesting to see how asymmetry in identity information was explored in peer-review processes: we have (0,0) = double blind, (0,1) = single blind, and (1,1) open, but we do not have (1,0) -- which would correspond to a process where the authors know the reviewer identity and the reviewer is does not know the identity of the authors.

Go to the profile of Jürgen Weippert
Jürgen Weippert about 1 month ago

I hereby emphasize Anna Paakkonen's comment: Why is this after the exercise that tests your knowledge on the different types of peer review?