Peer review: either open it fully or blind it wholly
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To reduce the bias in peer review, the peer review should be either fully open, so that all the parties involved in (authors and reviewers) are known to each other or, alternatively, wholly blinded where the identities of all the parties are undisclosed to each other. As such, the peer review would be symmetrical for all peers; otherwise the term “peer” in ‘peer review’ would not make much sense because “peer” means “equal” involving “equal” treatment.
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