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If someone writes a letter to the editor and I write a response, how should I list the response this in my CV?
is peer reviewed but is only a 300 words, so it doesn't seem right to put this under 'journal articles' (though the title starts with "Reply To: ... ", which makes it clear).
May 7, 2019 at 23:58
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I put these on my CV as peer-reviewed publications and label them as 'commentary'. I also label other works 'review', 'empirical', etc. as appropriate. The title can also be used to signal the type of work, like "[Title]: Commentary on Zeller et al., 2018".
May 8, 2019 at 10:28
Cameron Brick Cameron Brick
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Rename your "Journal Articles" section to "Publications". Put under "Publications".
Optionally you can have an "Other Work" section where you list less-important stuff. Throw it under there.
May 8, 2019 at 2:32
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