Judge the Article, Not the Author

Habibzadeh, Farrokh
August 2010
Croatian Medical Journal;Aug2010, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p357
Academic Journal
An essay is presented on the right and quality of articles written by students. The author mentions that one cannot judge the contents and scientific merits of the article based on the author's fame and name because there are some files who have superb contents and were written by unknown individuals. He adds that some reviewers are masked to the author.


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