Revisions as a Complex Intellectual Journey
Keywords:Revisions, Editors, Reviewers, Learning
Revisions can be characterized as a return journey into our research. They can be initiated by our sense of dissatisfaction with the existing text or be a response to reviewers' requests for changes and modifications. In any event, they are a complex task that needs to be handled with the right cognitive and mental frame.
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