Should authors cite sources suggested by peer reviewers? Six antidotes for handling potentially coercive reviewer citation suggestions

@article{McLeod2021ShouldAC,
  title={Should authors cite sources suggested by peer reviewers? Six antidotes for handling potentially coercive reviewer citation suggestions},
  author={Sam McLeod},
  journal={Learned Publishing},
  year={2021},
  volume={34}
}
  • Sam McLeod
  • Published 2021
  • Computer Science, Psychology
  • Learned Publishing
Reviewers should carefully consider suggesting citations, particularly to their own work. I compile a typology of potentially coercive forms of citation suggestions. Authors should not feel compelled to cite inappropriate sources or sources for inappropriate reasons. Six guiding principles for managing Reviewer Citation Suggestions (RCSs) are proposed. 
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