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On reviewing loads

I recently ran a poll on Twitter asking academics how often per year they review a paper. The topic did not spark that much discussion, but quite a number of people dit vote in the poll. What I learned is that the majority of people review a few papers per year, whereas some receive a few papers per month.

I found these results interesting, since I am receiving more and more invites to review papers. I enjoy reviewing papers, since it means that I get to read the latest work out there, but at the same time, it’s a time-consuming task. And I have the bad habit to postpone reviewing for the weekend, since it feels more like a personal responsibility.

Here are some of my stats from Publons:

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