International Journal of Exercise Science 11(1): 1112-1119, 2018. Since its inception, the mission of the International Journal of Exercise Science (IJES) has been to engage student researchers, to provide an outlet for peer-review and possible publication of their work, and to grant an opportunity for them to gain experience as peer-reviewers. The Editors of IJES take pride in providing these opportunities for student involvement, and we are constantly seeking new and innovative ways to enhance students’ professional development. As our readership has expanded across the globe and our scope has broadened to cross many Kinesiology related disciplines, we believe it is timely to revisit the purpose of peer-review, give advice on best practices, and provide a template for reviews. Presenting these guiding principles should simplify and streamline both the review and the revision processes for students and professionals alike.
Stone, Whitley J.; Navalta, James W.; Lyons, Scott; and Schafer, Mark A.
"From the Editors: A Guide for Peer Review in the Field of Exercise Science,"
International Journal of Exercise Science: Vol. 11
1, Pages 1112 - 1119.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.wku.edu/ijes/vol11/iss1/14