Support for publishing signed reviews of scientific papers. Me: really bad idea for less privileged people at the bottom, since upsetting top people is career-damaging
The benefits of publishing peer review reports vastly outweigh any negative aspects (something many of us having been saying for years now..) #ASAPbio
. on the #BioPeerReview meeting organized by HHMI, , and to discuss transparency, recognition, and innovation in peer-review.
"Researchers debate whether journals should publish signed peer reviews" - Good write-up in Science of last week's very productive peer review meeting - our survey gets another mention!
Researchers debate whether journals should publish signed peer reviews - I support full open peer review, working on journals with this policy, inc. #Trialsjournal #SysRevsJ #PFSjournal #RIEjournal #DPRjournal: #ASAPbio
Researchers debate whether journals should publish signed peer reviews - summary of #bioPeerReview meeting.
Should scientific journals share signed peer reviews of papers they publish? "We saw huge benefits to [publishing reviews] that outweigh the risks,” our said in summarizing a recent conversation among scientists. A look inside the debate
Researchers debate whether journals should publish signed peer reviews
Debate at HHMI/ASAPbio meeting whether journals should publish signed peer reviews
Interesting: ‘to set up repository of experiments in #peerreview to help highlight successful practices’
Good, though I confess I’m frustrated that the major journal that’s used signed + open #peerreview for longest & tested it in RCTs - - isn’t mentioned
Researchers debate whether journals should publish signed peer reviews