A brief note, further to yesterday’s post on the business of submitting papers for peer review and possible publication. Aled Jones (tweeting as @AledJonze) alerts me to this post on the LSE Impact of Social Sciences blog. In it Vincent Calcagno, an evolutionary biologist, writes that the ‘[p]re-publication history of articles tells us that rejection leads to higher citations’. Interesting.
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