Polling Returns Without Review

August 26, 2011

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12 Responses to “Polling Returns Without Review”

  1. Isis the Scientist Says:

    What do you mean, returned without review? You mean the editor rejected it with no review?

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  2. Dude, get a fcuken grippe IF=5 means you sucke asse

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  3. Neuro-conservative Says:

    If this happens to you, it is a probably a good time to look for one of those “alternative career paths.”

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  4. DrugMonkey Says:

    Exactly Isis. It came up on the Twitts. I was rawther surprised.

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  5. Isis the Scientist Says:

    Wow. Dude.

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  6. Physician scientist Says:

    As an associate editor (essentially a super-reviewer) at a society level journal (IF 6), I wish there were more editorial rejects. Some of the papers I get to review are really not good.

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  7. Anonymous Says:

    Come on IF 5 is not that bad

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  8. Joat-mon Says:

    Below IF5 would be pretty bad. I review a bunch of papers for IF4ish journals but I would not consider sending my stuff there. I don’t think having those publications helps anyone’s career/R01 renewal.

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  9. Cashmoney Says:

    And year those papers do help many people to get their grants. Amazing how wrong you can be, isn’t it? And yet so confident…..

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  10. Joat-mon Says:

    Really? I don’t understand — I thought the NIH is supposed to be funding the best science.

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  11. Cashmoney Says:

    Journal IF and “best science” have nothing to do with each other..

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  12. Joat-mon Says:

    Ha, that’s an interesting idea. Please explain.

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