volume 29, issue 3, P421-423 2013
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-311x2013000300001
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Abstract: Peer review is the most widely used system for assessing scientific papers. The premise is that the article's academic merit will be analyzed by members of the same intellectual community, impartially and most often anonymously. Reviewers perform their reviews for reasons other than economic gain, especially the following: a sense of belonging to a community; the exercise of academic power; privileged access to the debate; and the expectation of reciprocity. Such individual giving and altruistic cooperation w…

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