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This type of review may reduce bias because the reviewer focuses on the content of the work and not what they know or assume about the author.CorrectIncorrect
This type of review can allow for a dialogue between the author and reviewer, which may be more relational and transparent than other types of reviewCorrectIncorrect
People become reviewers for a number of reasons. Which one of the following is NOT typically a motivation to review:CorrectIncorrect
Teresa would like to volunteer as a reviewer. Which of the following is NOT a recommended way to identify a good journal to work with?CorrectIncorrect
Walter is a reviewer with a respected journal in his field and enjoys the contribution he is making to its success. However, he has recently taken on an increased teaching load and additional committee work at his university and is having trouble keeping on top of all of his responsibilities, including family life. Today, a request to do a review came in and he feels overwhelmed and unsure he can complete it by the deadline, but hates to refuse. What should he do?CorrectIncorrect
If you have doubts about the data analysis in a manuscript you are reviewing, should you share a copy with some of your colleagues who have more experience with this particular methodology?CorrectIncorrect
All of us are busy. Editors are busy, authors are busy, and you are busy. When writing your review, your comments should be brief.CorrectIncorrect
Once you have sent your feedback on the manuscript to the editor, you are done with your responsibilities.CorrectIncorrect