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204. The Peer Review Process

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This Psychology Factsheet aims to explain and evaluate the use of peer review in psychological research. Peer review is the method used to establish the quality and validity of research prior to publication. It is used in all sciences, psychology included. Words in bold are defined in the glossary, and the worksheet provides the opportunity to practice what you have learned.

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January 2017

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