Infographic: A Guide to Language in Reviewer Reports

September 7, 2017 Helen Eassom

Being a peer reviewer requires many skills, but good communication can make all the difference between a good and a bad peer review report. Both reviewers and authors want the manuscript to be the best it can possibly be, but how should you phrase your comments? This infographic offers some helpful pointers for those constructing review reports.

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Helen Eassom

Author Marketing, Wiley // Helen is a Marketing Coordinator working within the Author Marketing team for Wiley's Global Research division.

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