Top Tips for Early Career Peer Reviewers

May 30, 2016 Jill Yablonski

What advice would you give to early career researchers who are new to peer review? When we asked individuals from around the globe this question, their answers ranged from reading other reviews, to seeing how others interpret the paper, to review, review, review!  Take a look at all the responses in the video below and share your tips with us in the comments below or tweet @WileyResearcher.

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