Triple-blind peer review

Definition: Evaluation of research products by qualified experts where the author(s) are anonymous to both the reviewer(s) and editor(s). “Blinding of the authors and their affiliations to both editors and reviewers. This approach aims to eliminate institutional, personal, and gender biases” (Tvina et al., 2019, p. 1082).

Related terms: <a href='/glossary/double-blind-peer-review/'>Double-blind peer review</a>, <a href='/glossary/open-peer-review/'>Open Peer Review</a>, <a href='/glossary/single-blind-peer-review/'>Single-blind peer review</a>

References: Largent and Snodgrass (2016), & Tvina et al. (2019)

Drafted and Reviewed by: Mahmoud Elsherif, Bradley Baker, Helena Hartmann, Charlotte R. Pennington, Christopher Graham

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