Part of my job as a university professor is to mentor students in scientific writing to submit their research to a peer-reviewed journal. This process is often the most challenging task they will face during their degree pursuits. The advice that I give them is based on a process I use to write and revise papers.

While many of the authors who submit papers to Interpretation have graduate degrees, they may not have ever submitted their thesis work to a peer-reviewed journal. My goal here is to share some tips I have learned along the way, both in writing my...

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