On becoming a peer reviewer for a neuropsychology journal.


The peer-review process is an invaluable service provided by the professional community, and it provides the critical foundation for the advancement of science. However, there is remarkably little systematic guidance for individuals who wish to become part of this process. This paper, written from the perspective of reviewers and editors with varying levels of experience, provides general guidelines and advice for new reviewers in neuropsychology, as well as outlining benefits of participation in this process. It is hoped that the current information will encourage individuals at all levels to become involved in peer-reviewing for neuropsychology journals.

DOI: 10.1093/arclin/acp031

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@article{Duff2009OnBA, title={On becoming a peer reviewer for a neuropsychology journal.}, author={Kevin Duff and Sid E. O'Bryant and Holly James Westervelt and Jerry J. Sweet and Cecil R. Reynolds and Wilfred G van Gorp and Daniel Tranel and Robert J Mccaffrey}, journal={Archives of clinical neuropsychology : the official journal of the National Academy of Neuropsychologists}, year={2009}, volume={24 3}, pages={201-7} }