Study Reports Open Peer Review Attracts Fewer Reviews, Quality Suffers - The Scholarly Kitchen

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"Open peer review attracts fewer, lower quality reviews, reports a new study.

The paper, 'A prospective study on an innovative online forum for peer reviewing of surgical science,' by Martin Almquist and others, appeared on 29 June 2017 in the journal, PLoS ONE.

Their study compared the quality of open online reviews to conventional reviews for manuscripts submitted to the British Journal of Surgery (BJS). BJS employs a single-blinded review process."


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Tags: oa.publishing oa.peer_review oa.quality oa.stem oa.open_science oa.discussions oa.terminology


07/10/2017, 05:56