Open peer review
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Open peer review denotes several, closely related forms of scholarly peer review:
- open-identity or attributed peer review (as opposed to anonymous peer review);
- open-access or disclosed peer review, where the peer review contents are publicized;
- open-invitation or unsolicited peer review, where anyone interested can join and contribute to the peer review process. In this case does not follow that peer-review is a gate-keeping process.
Related terminology is "public peer review", "transparent peer review", and "advanced open peer review".