For the purpose of an annual review and the tabulation of the year's "effort", does re-reviewing a manuscript for the same journal (after it was declined or sent back with major revisions) count as a second review, or as part of one review process?
I am a junior faculty member working in a field of evolution, using a variety of different study organisms. The term ‘spandrels’ was adopted by Lewontin and Gould in a 1979 paper “to designate the class of forms and spaces that arise as necessary byproducts of another decision in design, and not as adaptations for direct utility in themselves”. I think this term can also be applied to life as a junior faculty member. email: proflikesubstance[at]gmail.com
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