Peer Review Policy
All content of EJPER is subject to peer-review. All articles published in EJPER have undergone rigorous peer review (double blind peer review), by members of the editorial board and the review panel. The EJPER Editor first checks and evaluates the submitted manuscripts, examining its fit and quality regarding its significance, manuscript format and research quality. If it is suitable for potential EJPER publication, editor directs the manuscript to two reviewers, with both of them being experts in the field. After both reviewers' feedback, the editorial board decides if the manuscript will be rejected, accepted with revisions needed, or accepted for publication.
A diagram which illustrates the review and publishing process could be seen below.
Reviewers are objective for all judgments in the peer-review process. Reviewers are assigned in order to have no conflict of interest. Reviewers might point out relevant published work which is not yet cited. Submitted manuscripts are treated confidentially prior to their publication.
Peer reviewed feedback and results will be sent to the corresponding author for corrections (if necessary). Edits will be made available to corresponding authors before publishing. Edited/ Revised papers should be returned to the publisher within three days.