volume 5, issue 10, Pe13345 2010
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0013345
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Abstract: BackgroundRatings in journal peer review can be affected by sources of bias. The bias variable investigated here was the information on whether authors had suggested a possible reviewer for their manuscript, and whether the editor had taken up that suggestion or had chosen a reviewer that had not been suggested by the authors. Studies have shown that author-suggested reviewers rate manuscripts more favorably than editor-suggested reviewers do.Methodology/Principal FindingsReviewers' ratings on three evaluation…

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