A team of scientists is conducting research to determine if two hominid species coexisted. Why it is important for the team to have their work reviewed by other scientists?
a. It decreases the likelihood that their results will be questioned.
b. It generates funding that they can use to do more research.
c. It helps communicate the scientists’ ideas to the public.
d. It increases the reliability of the scientists’ findings.
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Before any ideas should be communicated to the public, other scientists should check them to make sure the researchers haven't made a mistake. This is called peer review and it's very, very important.
Actually, scientists rarely communicate their ideas to the general public. They publish them in academic journals once the peer review process is complete - but the papers are usually at a technical level that the general public can't or doesn't want to read. So the job of reporting "to the public" is typically done by reporters and science journalists...
really oh ok so i was right? d?
Yes, I agree with you. D.
Doesn't mean it's necessarily right, though. Just that I agree with you.