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Reviewer #3

I guest-edited a special issue of a journal that had an explicit policy of inviting a third reviewer to break ties, or when one report was insufficiently detailed. I had to implement that policy several times, and I always felt like it added to the rigor of the overall process. I think that's the most straightforward fix for the reader's situation.

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Thanks for the advice! It really helps.

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