Reacting to Peer Review Comments can be stressful
Responding to peer review comments is one of the most important steps in the publication journey. It is not uncommon to be particularly worried about this stage as it is the first interaction researchers have with experts who, even if not responsible for the final verdict, maintain the quality of the journal.
Use feedback and constructive criticism to your advantage
You may feel the need to defend your research paper in case you are asked to change something you were strongly confident about. While it is not recommended to blatantly show that you disagree, if you are truly convinced and have a strong argument or rationale to back you up, you can always present the same, nevertheless with clarity and precision. Moreover, think deeply about the reviewer’s criticism and whether you could come up with an alternative to be more in line with your reviewer’s perspective.
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