Peer review continues to be a cornerstone of scientific publication by prioritizing appropriate interpretations of relevant findings for dissemination. Until the mid-20th century, the responsibility of manuscript review largely remained with editors-in-chief and members of editorial committees [
]. With increasing specialization of articles, however, review by a select few stopped being practical. In addition, modernization beginning with photocopying and now computer and internet technology has expanded the ability to disseminate scientific papers to a wider international group of academicians for input.
- Baldwin M.
Scientific autonomy, public accountability, and the rise of “peer review” in the cold war United States.
Isis. 2018; 109
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Published online: November 22, 2022
Accepted: November 11, 2022
Received: November 11, 2022
☆This article has been reproduced with kind permission of the American Urological Association: Restoring the pediatric urology peer review pipeline: “Journal Peer Review University” cast study”, published in the Journal of Urology, https://doi.org/10.1097/JU.0000000000003072, November 2022.
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