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How thorough should peer review be?

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(2014-Jul-04, 21:26:39)Philbrick Bastinado Wrote: I disagree. I believe that review should be short; I think when peer reviewers attach laundry lists of demands, it often weakens the paper. My reviews are usually very brief.


I am against imposing limits on reviewers, this journal is called Open because everyone has the right to be a reviewer and the author has the right to answer or not answer the reviewers' questions. Auhtors are not compelled to answers to all reviewers' requests. Your reasoning is right only for traditional journals where the editor demands that authors accomodate all of the reviewer's whims and whishes, but here it's a different story. Welcome to OpenPsych.
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How thorough should peer review be? - by Emil - 2014-Jul-03, 23:23:42
RE: How thorough should peer review be? - by Duxide - 2014-Jul-03, 23:28:56
RE: How thorough should peer review be? - by Philbrick Bastinado - 2014-Jul-04, 21:26:39
RE: How thorough should peer review be? - by Duxide - 2014-Jul-04, 21:57:09
RE: How thorough should peer review be? - by Meng Hu - 2014-Jul-09, 16:37:38
RE: How thorough should peer review be? - by Emil - 2014-Jul-09, 16:48:27
 
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