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Articles in this section
- How do I become a reviewer for AMR?
- How do I get on AMR’s Editorial Review Board?
- Are my reviews evaluated?
- What do you mean by developmental reviewing?
- How long should my review be? Any other tips for reviewing?
- What if I can’t make the deadline for turning in my review?
- Can I have my student write my review?
- Should I accept a review if I know the identity of the author?
- Can I share my review or the manuscript with other people?