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There are different ways of carrying out a peer review. Research and summarise how each method is done.

For single-blind, double-blind and open review, all I can find info about is what they are.

Where do I find information about how they are done?
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There are different ways of carrying out a peer review. Research and summarise how each method is done.

For single-blind, double-blind and open review, all I can find info about is what they are.

Where do I find information about how they are done?
simply psychology and tutor to u are pretty good websites to try. But doesn't telling you what they are tell you about how to do them? Like I thought that was inferred?
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simply psychology and tutor to u are pretty good websites to try. But doesn't telling you what they are tell you about how to do them? Like I thought that was inferred?
yeh I know what they are but idk how they are carried out, which is what i need
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yeh I know what they are but idk how they are carried out, which is what i need
you could say something like, the interviewers know/don't know the aim of the study, ask the questions to the participants who are unaware of the aim too. but relate it to each of the different types
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you could say something like, the interviewers know/don't know the aim of the study, ask the questions to the participants who are unaware of the aim too. but relate it to each of the different types
that's what I put but I am not too sure if that is how it works as an explanation
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that's what I put but I am not too sure if that is how it works as an explanation
I feel like that's a decent explanation - there's not much more you can say tbh. if the textbook says nothing else, I think that's fine. Unless they want justification for choosing specific types of peer reviews. e.g. no bias. But you didn't mention that tho
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