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How would you encourage a reluctant peer reviewer?


A peer reviewer benefits from this work by
1. Having his/her name appear in the credits.
2. Learning from the work s/he reviews.
3. Helping establish his/her reputation.
4. Being able to ask the author to peer review some of his/her own work.


Describe a situation you are familiar with in which people based their actions or opinions on false information. How would the situation have changed if the facts were researched and presented more carefully?



Describe a situation you are familiar with in which people based their actions or opinions on false information. How would the situation have changed if the facts were researched and presented more carefully?



Describe a situation you are familiar with in which people based their actions or opinions on false information. How would the situation have changed if the facts were researched and presented more carefully?

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