Section Editor rating: 7 / 10Stephen Macknik –– The use of illusory size changes to body parts—as an analgesic method—is amazing and new. The public will take notice.
Editor rating: 7 / 10Antonio Palazón-Bru –– A scientific evidence to use the German version of the analyzed questionnaire.
Editor rating: 7 / 10Joao Rocha –– In this theoretical paper, the authors have calculated the safe occupational distance for transcranial magnetic stimulation. Of importance, they have indcated the use of a more conservative distance (0.96-1.46 m) instead of 0.7 m found in the literature.
Section Editor rating: 8 / 10Stephen Macknik –– The reviewers and editors all agree that this is high impact.
Editor rating: 7 / 10Paul Tulkens –– I give a nice overview of what is a well known but often unmet medical and societal problem. It may contribute to come closer to improving the situation in the future.
Section Editor rating: 8 / 10Stephen Macknik –– This study reveals a potential novel mechanistic pathway in ptsd, a major health concern
Section Editor rating: 8 / 10Stephen Macknik –– Looks really relevant to all fields of science and STEM.
Section Editor rating: 8 / 10Stephen Macknik –– I believe this paper will be widely read
Editor rating: 9 / 10Jafri Abdullah –– Receptor studies are the blue ocean for future drugs that will cure brain,mind and neurological diseases
Editor rating: 8 / 10Ada Zohar –– This is a relatively new and interesting approach to measure the automatic biases which might underlie the susceptibility to eating disorders and body dysmorphia. There is an emergent field of attention bias modification which is a new approach to treating anxiety disorders and PTSD which is showing great promise for these disorders. Since ED and BD are notoriously hard to treat this emergent research on attention bias and attention bias modification which is bringing together clinical, cognitive, and neuro psychology, is exciting, and I am glad that PeerJ is publishing this paper.
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