Making the most of peer
review. Advice from Nature Neuroscience
George D. Gopen and Judith A. Swan. The Science of Scientific
Writing. American Scientist 78:550-558, 1990.
- This paper makes the points that
- " to understand how best to improve writing, we would do well to
understand better how readers go about reading."
- "Information is interpreted more easily and more uniformly if it
is placed where most readers expect to find it"
- Not only does one expect methods in methods sections and results in
results sections but one expects a particular order in paragraphs and sentences.