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Editorial Introduction Are You Reviewer 2: Three Ideas for Better Reviewing
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I have been given the honor and privilege to write the editorial introduction for this final issue of the Journal of Human-Robot Interaction, before its reemergence as the ACM Transactions on Human-Robot Interaction. It has been a distinct pleasure to serve as the JHRI Managing Editor for the last two and a half years. I am grateful to our founding editors, Sara Kiesler and Mike Goodrich, for giving me this opportunity. Working with our current editors, Chad Jenkins and Selma Sabanovi ˇ c, we have made great steps to continue advancing the journal and its scholarship. ´ All of us are already working hard to produce an outstanding first issue of ACM THRI! I wanted to write for this issue about the reviewing process in the HRI community. My opinion is not meant to be a definitive statement on reviewing advocating for one-size-fits-all solutions. I consider this the beginning of a conversation about our culture of reviewing and its impact on the intellectual nature of our field.
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