No, your review should be written by you. Do not have your students write your reviews for AMR. Our authors expect, and deserve, high quality reviews from the leading scholars in the field. We understand that doctoral students need to learn how to write reviews, but there are other methods that can be used. For example, you could share your own manuscripts and the reviews you received as an author with your students to facilitate their learning. Alternatively, advanced doctoral students can sign up for our Bridge Reviewer program.
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?