Peer review is the primary quality assurance mechanism of various scientific, academic, and professional communities. It typically consists of multiple experts objectively evaluating content before it is published, generally without knowing the identity of the original author. This ensures that the content is accurate and prevents various biases from shaping what is published.
Each book listed below utilized some form of peer review (e.g., single-blind, double-blind) to ensure quality.
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