Anonymous peer review form

This form is to be used by peers to provide feedback to each other about their work. It is anonymous so that peers can feel free to give honest feedback without fear of retribution.

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You are eligible to fill out the anonymous peer review form if you seek feedback on the work you have completed.

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Questions for Anonymous peer review form

1.

How important is the work to the field?

The answer should be a text input.
2.

How interesting is the work?

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3.

How important are the results?

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4.

How clear are the results?

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5.

How well are the results supported by the data?

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6.

How well does the work fit into the existing body of knowledge?

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7.

How well does the work advance our understanding of the topic?

The answer should be a text input.
8.

How well does the work address a significant problem?

The answer should be a text input.
9.

How original is the work?

The answer should be a text input.
10.

How important are the implications of the work?

The answer should be a text input.

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Anonymous peer review form

What is anonymous peer review?

Anonymous peer review is a form of peer review in which the reviewers' identities are not known to the authors. This can be done either by using a blind review process, in which the reviewers' names are not known to the authors or by using a double-blind review process, in which neither the reviewers' nor the authors' names are known to each other.

Why is anonymous peer review used?

There are several reasons why anonymous peer review might be used. One reason is to try to reduce bias in the review process. When reviewers know who the authors are, they may be more likely to either give them the benefit of the doubt or be more critical of their work. If reviewers don't know who the authors are, they may be more likely to judge the work on its own merits.

How does anonymous peer review work?

In general, the authors of a paper will submit it to a journal without their names attached. The journal will then send the paper out to reviewers, also without the authors' names attached. The reviewers will provide feedback to the journal, which will then pass that feedback on to the authors. The authors can then revise their paper based on the reviewers' feedback and resubmit it to the journal.

What are the benefits of anonymous peer review?

As mentioned above, one benefit of anonymous peer review is that it can reduce bias in the review process. Additionally, it may also help to ensure that reviewers focus on the quality of the work itself rather than on who the authors are.

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