Moving to the Double-Blind Review System
ExcerptThe Journal of Intelligence presently has a single-blind peer review system, unlike most other journals in the social sciences, where the double-blind peer review prevails. The choice between the two systems is not easy. Both systems have pros and cons, and a double-blind review can in fact be a single-blind review, depending on whether or not the authors can be identified after all. [...] View Full-Text
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De Boeck, P. Moving to the Double-Blind Review System. J. Intell. 2015, 3, 158-159.
De Boeck P. Moving to the Double-Blind Review System. Journal of Intelligence. 2015; 3(4):158-159.Chicago/Turabian Style
De Boeck, Paul. 2015. "Moving to the Double-Blind Review System." J. Intell. 3, no. 4: 158-159.