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Editorial

The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry: Peer Review Circle of Honor

Alan J. Gelenberg MD; and Marlene P. Freeman, MD

Published: December 15, 2006

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In March, we said that at the end of 2006 we would payspecial homage to our reviewers who had carried theheaviest load in 2006. Peer review, of course, is essentialto a medical journal. Reviewers donate their expertise toadvance knowledge in our field. Peer review improves thequality of papers and promotes scientific integrity.’ ‹


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