Two Can Play the Game of “You”: Behavioral Consequences of Second-Person Pronouns in Written communications Between Authors and Reviewers of Scientific Papers
In peer review, authors addressing reviewers using second-person pronouns receive fewer questions, shorter responses, and more positive feedback. This is because “you” (vs. non-“you”) usage creates a more personal and engaging conversation. Here, the authors offer some reflections on their work.
This study identified DLGAP5 as an oncogene in BLCA progression and revealed that DLGAP5 expression is significantly upregulated in BLCA and strongly associated with poor prognosis.
Efficient CO2 reduction is crucial in fighting climate change. Electrocatalytic CO2 reduction (ECO2R) with renewable energy is promising, but alkaline conditions and alkali cations pose challenges. Our pure-water-fed system overcomes these, paving the way for a stable and efficient ECO2R process.
Around 55% of agricultural area in India depends on Monsoon Precipitation. But climate-change induced randomness in rainfall patterns is killing the farmers - it is not a joke around 10,000 farmers and agri-dependent persons die by suicide every year - which is heartbreaking!. What is the Cause?