The Process of Peer Reviewing

Peer review is a process essential for scholarly research publications. Research work is evaluated by a group of people of equivalent competence to the producer of the work. In this particular approach, the quality of published hypothetical literature is retained within the scientific forum.

The process is passed through screening article compliance keeping in view that the authors are fulfilling the standards of their discipline and achieving scientific impartiality.

There are quite some remarkable names in the industry of scientific journal publications, such as Bentham Science Publishers, Elsevier, Wiley, Taylor Francis, Springer and Hindawi.

Bentham Science Publishers employ the single-blind peer-review technique that would not only ensure an unbiased analysis of the scientific merit of the research work, but it would also guarantee optimum quality measures and outstanding contribution to the research. They have certified, expert editorial staff and reviewers who adhere to stringent peer-reviewing. Generally, a write-up is examined for the quality of a research, plagiarism prevention, approval of experimental investigation, re-publication and ethical review.

Dr Stephen Skaper from the editorial board of CNS & Neurological Disorders – Drug Targets, shares his experience working with Bentham Science Publishers in these words:

“I found the handling and reviewing of our manuscripts problem-free; feedback from the referees was both rapid and constructive. Galley proofs were received only a short time after acceptance. I have already received a number of enquiries from the scientific community for a copy.

 

I would definitely recommend CNS & Neurological Disorders – Drug Targets to authors for their future publications.”

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