Peer review is the evaluation of scientific or academic work conducted by experts from a particular field. It is an integral part of the publication process and helps journals to publish only those articles that are consistent with their scope and quality standards. Every journal goes after a different peer review process based on its treatment and philosophy. Peer review has evolved over time and various different forms of peer review are being used in the scholarly publishing industry today. This infographic lists and shortly explains the most common types of peer review used today. 

Feel free to download a PDF version of this infographic and print it out as handy reference.

Related reading:

  • What is peer review?
  • What are the types of peer review?

7 Common types of peer review.pdf

Related video: Rupert Penry-Jones reads ‘Bright Star’ by John Keats from Words For You: The Next Chapter


admin_en | 1@1.com

Related Posts

Honestly, via most of high school and college, I was a mediocre essay writer. Every once in a while, I would write a indeed good essay, but mostly I skated by with B’s and A-minuses. I know personally how boring writing an essay can be, and also, how hard it can be to write a […]

Activity research is often used in the field of education. The following lesson provides two examples of act research in the field of education, methods of conducting act research and a quiz to assess your understanding of the topic. What Is Activity Research? There are many ways to conduct research. Each of these ways is […]

As junior scientists develop their expertise and make names for themselves, they are increasingly likely to receive invitations to review research manuscripts. It’s an significant skill and service to the scientific community, but the learning curve can be particularly steep. Writing a good review requires expertise in the field, an intimate skill of research methods, […]

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *