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Introducing a night-blind peer-review: Palpating in the dark

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Introducing a night-blind peer-review: Palpating in the dark. / Koski, Kaisu; Dunn, Nick.
In: Journal of Imaginary Research, Vol. 9, 24.01.2024, p. 11-12.

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Koski K, Dunn N. Introducing a night-blind peer-review: Palpating in the dark. Journal of Imaginary Research. 2024 Jan 24;9:11-12.

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Koski, Kaisu ; Dunn, Nick. / Introducing a night-blind peer-review : Palpating in the dark. In: Journal of Imaginary Research. 2024 ; Vol. 9. pp. 11-12.

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abstract = "Peer-review processes are typically mono-sensorial, heavily focused on staring at letters, leaving the reviewer's eyes irritated but otherwise detached from their bodies. To vivify the review experience and experiment with alternative ways of safeguarding anonymity, we introduce a multisensorial night-blind peer-review. We invited haptic submissions that include variations in temperature, texture, and shape and that could be, to various degrees, edible, wearable, or alive.",
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