Submited on: 24 Feb 2011 07:42:23 PM GMT
Published on: 25 Feb 2011 10:20:31 PM GMT
 
Yawning relating to trauma
Posted by Ms. Holly Chinnery on 18 May 2011 09:11:31 AM GMT

1 Is the subject of the article within the scope of the subject category? Yes
2 Are the interpretations / conclusions sound and justified by the data? Yes
3 Is this a new and original contribution? Yes
4 Does this paper exemplify an awareness of other research on the topic? Yes
5 Are structure and length satisfactory? Yes
6 Can you suggest brief additions or amendments or an introductory statement that will increase the value of this paper for an international audience? No
7 Can you suggest any reductions in the paper, or deletions of parts? No
8 Is the quality of the diction satisfactory? Yes
9 Are the illustrations and tables necessary and acceptable? Yes
10 Are the references adequate and are they all necessary? Yes
11 Are the keywords and abstract or summary informative? Yes
  • Other Comments:

    A very intriguing area with great potential for future research

  • Invited by the author to review this article? :
    Yes
  • Have you previously published on this or a similar topic?:
    No
  • References:
    None
  • Experience and credentials in the specific area of science:

    Clinical Researcher

  • How to cite:  Chinnery H .Yawning relating to trauma[Review of the article 'Is Yawning A Warning, Neurologically? ' by Thompson S].WebmedCentral 2011;2(5):WMCRW00756
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"Is Yawing a Warning"................
Posted by Mr. Brian Thompson on 07 May 2011 10:21:56 AM GMT

1 Is the subject of the article within the scope of the subject category? Yes
2 Are the interpretations / conclusions sound and justified by the data? Yes
3 Is this a new and original contribution? Yes
4 Does this paper exemplify an awareness of other research on the topic? Yes
5 Are structure and length satisfactory? Yes
6 Can you suggest brief additions or amendments or an introductory statement that will increase the value of this paper for an international audience? No
7 Can you suggest any reductions in the paper, or deletions of parts? No
8 Is the quality of the diction satisfactory? Yes
9 Are the illustrations and tables necessary and acceptable? Yes
10 Are the references adequate and are they all necessary? Yes
11 Are the keywords and abstract or summary informative? Yes
  • Other Comments:

    A well written paper; researchers should read this.

  • Competing interests:
    No
  • Invited by the author to review this article? :
    Yes
  • Have you previously published on this or a similar topic?:
    No
  • References:
    None
  • Experience and credentials in the specific area of science:

    Assisting in rehabilitation.

  • How to cite:  Thompson B ."Is Yawing a Warning"................[Review of the article 'Is Yawning A Warning, Neurologically? ' by Thompson S].WebmedCentral 2011;2(5):WMCRW00731
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Is Yawning A Warning, Neurologically?
Posted by Ms. Natalie Jones on 10 Mar 2011 03:51:10 PM GMT

1 Is the subject of the article within the scope of the subject category? Yes
2 Are the interpretations / conclusions sound and justified by the data? Yes
3 Is this a new and original contribution? Yes
4 Does this paper exemplify an awareness of other research on the topic? Yes
5 Are structure and length satisfactory? Yes
6 Can you suggest brief additions or amendments or an introductory statement that will increase the value of this paper for an international audience? No
7 Can you suggest any reductions in the paper, or deletions of parts? No
8 Is the quality of the diction satisfactory? Yes
9 Are the illustrations and tables necessary and acceptable? Yes
10 Are the references adequate and are they all necessary? Yes
11 Are the keywords and abstract or summary informative? Yes
  • Other Comments:

     

    This is a fascinating topic and is of such interest to neurologists, neuroscientists and clinical psychologists, and the like. I know that the author is well known in Alzheimer's reseach and has applied neurological knowledge to this intriguing area. It is an area that I believe will be invaluable in terms of our greater understanding of neurological disorders, as the author suggests, and how yawning can be a signal to underlying neuropathways and anomolies.

     

  • Competing interests:
    none
  • Invited by the author to review this article? :
    Yes
  • Have you previously published on this or a similar topic?:
    No
  • References:
    None
  • Experience and credentials in the specific area of science:

    Assisting rehabilitation

     

     

  • How to cite:  Jones N .Is Yawning A Warning, Neurologically?[Review of the article 'Is Yawning A Warning, Neurologically? ' by Thompson S].WebmedCentral 2011;2(3):WMCRW00570
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Great review, I recommend it
Posted by Dr. Alice M Proverbio on 03 Mar 2011 01:00:33 PM GMT

1 Is the subject of the article within the scope of the subject category? Yes
2 Are the interpretations / conclusions sound and justified by the data? Yes
3 Is this a new and original contribution? Yes
4 Does this paper exemplify an awareness of other research on the topic? Yes
5 Are structure and length satisfactory? Yes
6 Can you suggest brief additions or amendments or an introductory statement that will increase the value of this paper for an international audience? No
7 Can you suggest any reductions in the paper, or deletions of parts? No
8 Is the quality of the diction satisfactory? Yes
9 Are the illustrations and tables necessary and acceptable? Yes
10 Are the references adequate and are they all necessary? Yes
11 Are the keywords and abstract or summary informative? Yes
  • Other Comments:

    Its' a comprehensive, state-of-the-art, well-written review. I found it stimulating and highly informative.

  • Competing interests:
    NO
  • Invited by the author to review this article? :
    No
  • Have you previously published on this or a similar topic?:
    No
  • References:
    None
  • Experience and credentials in the specific area of science:

    I am a neuroscientist and I know the properties of the Mirror Neuron System (MNS)

  • How to cite:  Proverbio A M.Great review, I recommend it[Review of the article 'Is Yawning A Warning, Neurologically? ' by Thompson S].WebmedCentral 2011;2(3):WMCRW00544
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Is yawning a warning, neurologically?
Posted by Dr. Harinder Jaseja on 28 Feb 2011 11:18:04 AM GMT

1 Is the subject of the article within the scope of the subject category? Partly
2 Are the interpretations / conclusions sound and justified by the data? No
3 Is this a new and original contribution? No
4 Does this paper exemplify an awareness of other research on the topic? Yes
5 Are structure and length satisfactory? No
6 Can you suggest brief additions or amendments or an introductory statement that will increase the value of this paper for an international audience? Yes
7 Can you suggest any reductions in the paper, or deletions of parts? No
8 Is the quality of the diction satisfactory? Yes
9 Are the illustrations and tables necessary and acceptable? No
10 Are the references adequate and are they all necessary? Yes
11 Are the keywords and abstract or summary informative? No
  • Other Comments:

    None

  • Competing interests:
    No
  • Invited by the author to review this article? :
    No
  • Have you previously published on this or a similar topic?:
    No
  • References:
    None
  • Experience and credentials in the specific area of science:

    Significant.

  • How to cite:  Jaseja H .Is yawning a warning, neurologically?[Review of the article 'Is Yawning A Warning, Neurologically? ' by Thompson S].WebmedCentral 2011;2(2):WMCRW00523
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