Journals and Funders Confront Implicit Bias in Peer Review

5/26/2016 - Associate Professor of Psychology Simine Vazire in Science.

Deeply rooted assumptions creep into decision-making in unrecognized ways—even among the most well-intentioned peer-reviewers, journal editors, and science funders—and that can prevent the best science from being sponsored or published, experts said at a recent AAAS forum on implicit bias.

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