What is peer-reviewed?
This is a process where recognized experts on a topic read and review the article before it is published in a journal. Most of the time the review process is anonymous and both the author and reviewer are not identified. The reason for this is to eliminate any personal bias in the review process. During the review process, the article will be evaluated on the accuracy of the article's information, reliability of the research methods used, and the overall quality of the research presented in the article.
The Peer review process answers the following questions:
Who is an expert?
What does a Primary Research Article look like?
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