How one academic changed her perception of feedback

Reading reviewer feedback on your journal submission can provoke a complex set of emotions. Your perspective as on the feedback can have significant impact on your work and re-submission.

Dr Liz Bennett, a Senior Lecturer at the University of Huddersfield shares how she views the anonymous reviews of her work.

In the comments section of her blog post there are some encouraging responses by journal publishers and, other early career researchers.

Click here to read the full blog post and add your own comments on@ThomsonPat‘s blog Patter.

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