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How to Respond to a Peer Review When you write a manuscript and submit it to a journal, you receive feedback in the form of peer review. You must then respond to the concerns your peer reviewer(s) addressed when you re-submit your manuscript (provided you received a revise and resubmit decision). This typically is done in the form of a response letter. A response letter begins by thanking the reviewer for their assistance in improving your manuscript. Then, you respond to EACH concern about the content of your paper. This includes concerns mentioned in the general comments section AND in the specific comments section. Include how you changed your paper to address each issue and locate the changes with page and line numbers. For minor errors such as typos, formatting, or grammar errors, however, it is acceptable simply to include one statement noting that you fixed all these errors as suggested. In addition, you
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