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Prior and Prejudice: The Novice Reviewers' Bias against Resubmissions in Conference Peer Review [article]

Ivan Stelmakh, Nihar B. Shah, Aarti Singh, Hal Daumé III
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Modern machine learning and computer science conferences are experiencing a surge in the number of submissions that challenges the quality of peer review as the number of competent reviewers is growing  ...  who constitute a large fraction of the reviewer pool in leading machine learning and computer science conferences.  ...  We are grateful to the support team of the Microsoft Conference Management Toolkit (CMT) who hosted our experiment and helped with many customization requests.  ... 
arXiv:2011.14646v1 fatcat:hmghpm2htzawxgmk7ctliizzfu

Peer-review practices of psychological journals: The fate of published articles, submitted again

Douglas P. Peters, Stephen J. Ceci
1982 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
A growing interest in and concern about the adequacy and fairness of modern peer-review practices in publication and funding are apparent across a wide range of scientific disciplines.  ...  Of the sample of 38 editors and reviewers, only three (8%) detected the resubmissions.  ...  Biases, decisions and auctorial rebuttal in the peer-review process David S.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0140525x00011183 fatcat:5kb5hee6j5ajvjeizhvexxdebi

Academic publishing and the myth of linguistic injustice

Ken Hyland
2016 Journal of Second Language Writing  
In this paper I critically review the evidence for linguistic injustice through a survey of the literature and interviews with scholars working in Hong Kong.  ...  The dominance of English in academic publishing, however, has raised questions of communicative inequality and the possible 'linguistic injustice' against an author's mother tongue.  ...  (Cantonese speaker-Nursing) I am not, of course, claiming peer review to be perfect: it is a flawed process and bias exists.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jslw.2016.01.005 fatcat:5pcfbatinzgntopgjibdmmbkty

The scholarship of critical review: improving quality and relevance

Dana Lawrence, Phillip Ebrall
2008 Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association  
To describe the process of scientific peer review as it is used in the manuscript submission process, assess threats and challenges to the peer review process, and to offer suggestions for enhancing its  ...  Peer review is likely to remain in force as a means to provide guidance to authors and editors about the rigor of submitted papers.  ...  gamut of peer review: history, journal practices, publication bias, testing peer review, quality assurance, and the practical consequences of peer review.  ... 
pmid:19066695 pmcid:PMC2597885 fatcat:quxlqxbikvehdgq7m6jcej2r54

Peer Review: Objectivity, Anonymity, Trust [article]

Daniel Ucko
2020 arXiv   pre-print
This dissertation is focused on the role of objectivity in peer review.  ...  Through an examination of aspects of peer review including anonymity, trust, expertise, and the question of who has standing to evaluate research, we find that objectivity in peer review differs significantly  ...  The authors may be the supplicants in peer review, wanting something (publication) out of the process, but the whole process relies on everyone doing their job.  ... 
arXiv:2005.04702v1 fatcat:3sqmvntmtrbsdmckfunf3n24hq

Publishing Addiction Science: A Guide for the Perplexed

Nidal Moukaddam
2009 Addictive Disorders & Their Treatment  
Images used in the cover design were sourced from Pixabay and are licensed under CC0 Public Domain. Reproductions of journal covers and logos used with permission. Printed in the  ...  should examine all funding sources using a framework such as the PERIL analysis, which allows the individual scientist and his or her institution to review relevant information about the motives of the  ...  The observations collected from various authorities and presented in Box 16.1 highlight some of the main issues and point to "Because . . . research may adversely affect the reputations of governments  ... 
doi:10.1097/adt.0b013e3181c3e0f1 fatcat:3pmouv4al5a5bmmyakrjz2qaoe

Tutoring and Mentoring

The Editors
2017 Journal of Student Affairs in Africa  
Complete Online Journal Journal of Student Affairs in Africa Vol. 5 issue 2  ...  Some of the research in this issue benefited from association with and debate at the joint conference of the International Consortium for Educational Development (ICED) and HELTASA in November 2016.  ...  "The improvement of teaching and learning in South African universities through researching and evaluating TDG projects in the First Year Experience (FYE) initiatives, Tutorials, Mentoring and Writing  ... 
doi:10.24085/jsaa.v5i2.2768 doaj:35ab45c25bd54656a52c98995e9f0deb fatcat:ui3cp7rfhjfcxjzune33t23q2y

Identifying complex cultural interactions in the instructional design process: a case study of a cross-border, cross-sector training for innovation program

L. Roxanne Russell, Wanjira L. Kinuthia, Anissa Lokey-Vega, Winnie Tsang-Kosma, Reeny Madathany
2013 Educational technology research and development  
to potential bias from peer-debriefers.  ...  For the first peer debriefing exercise, two peer debriefers were asked to study the codebook prior to arriving at a peer-debriefing session.  ...  cultures in this case study rather than only the target audience, reveal cultural dynamics in the decisions and perceptions of all stakeholders.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11423-013-9291-8 fatcat:3iymhrdmuzdtrkl6a6fghcz5wi

Language Connections: Writing and Reading across the Curriculum

Barbara C. Mallonee, Toby Fulwiler, Art Young
1985 College composition and communication  
know about reading research; ('10) reconciling readers and texts; (11) peer critiques, teacher student conferences, and essay evaluation as a means of responding to student writing; and (12) the role  ...  Topics discussed in the 12 major chapters are (1) conceptual frameworks of the cross writing' rogram; (2) journal writing across the curriculum; (3) writing and problem solving; (4) assigning and evaluating  ...  of our work in that program.  ... 
doi:10.2307/357448 fatcat:2jozwy2esza5pb5tkr2iitffkm

Sunrise

Gian Carla Agbisit, Department of Philosophy, University of Santo Tomas, Philippines
2021 Kritike: An Online Journal of Philosophy  
KRITIKE and the Department of Philosophy of the University of Santo Tomas do not necessarily endorse the views expressed in the articles published.  ...  The author of an article has the right to republish his/her work (in whole, in part, or in modified form) upon the condition that Kritike is acknowledged as the original publisher.  ...  It is a Filipino peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary, and international journal of philosophy founded by a group of UST alumni.  ... 
doi:10.25138/15.2.cp fatcat:7orjmagl7rdozhop24azcngawi

Children with Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder and their Experiences of School Belonging: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis

Amy Hammond
2021
These were grouped into four superordinate themes: School Ethos and Sense of Community, Relatedness to Peers, Staff Attributes and Teaching Practices, and Myself as a Learner.  ...  and mimimise the risk of se [...]  ...  Studies published in peer reviewed journals have undergone a stringent and robust peer review process meaning that the research has greater originality and credibility.  ... 
doi:10.15123/uel.89w5y fatcat:pecrozhbu5dvhn2d6rylkkahuy

Überschatten

Ranier Carlo V. Abengaña
2017 Kritike: An Online Journal of Philosophy  
The Graduate School University of Santo Tomas, Philippines Department of Philosophy and Humanities Polytechnic University of the Philippines  ...  The theory is based on the mechanism of the confirmation bias or what Baron calls "my-side" bias. 28 Confirmation bias (as a cognitive bias) functions independently of motivation.  ...  emotions) in acquiring a biased belief.  ... 
doi:10.25138/11.2.cp fatcat:njfyma35gra4dkf6ndvjhbkvkq

Exploring the Experiences of Trainee Clinical Psychologists Who Identify as Living with a Disability: A Qualitative Study

Nicola Coop
2018
Findings are discussed in relation to existing literature and a number of recommendations are offered for future research and clinical practice.  ...  However, no studies to date have considered the in-depth experiences of disabled trainees.  ...  The research isn't designed to cause you any harm and there are no dangers associated with taking part, although it is recognised that discussing your experiences could feel difficult  ... 
doi:10.15123/uel.875x1 fatcat:4irksau7kvgbzpttxl2rdrmazq

American pragmatism and democratic faith

2008 ChoiceReviews  
But Louis Menand, whose Pulitzer prize-winning The Metaphysical Club has revived popular and scholarly interest in pragmatism, has perhaps come the closest to capturing its essence in a few words!  ...  in this opinion is the real.  ...  An Aristocracy of Everyone: The Politics ofEducation and the Future ofAmerica.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.45-6435 fatcat:uy5ovhgwc5ej5exr5g32w4lgku

A decision-making framework for student judicial affairs

Nancy Jean Twynam
2008
I began the task by reviewing existing decision-making models and making a series of adaptations that would create a framework that would be useful in my decision-making efforts.  ...  The fourth vignette provided a scenario that challenged the model and suggested where limitations lie not just in the framework, but also in the work of SSAOs.  ...  It also created a sense of confidence in the decisions I now make using this framework. Researcher Bias There are biases in this research.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0066817 fatcat:4fhughki25cuvhtfq4eqach4s4
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