Tutorial Tuesdays: How to anticipate and address questions

Have you ever received reviewer feedback that made you think, "that jerkface didn't even READ my paper"?

Yeah. Me too.

But here's the thing:

The reviewer is always right.

It's your responsibility to make yourself understood. 

And if you learn to do that BEFORE you submit your paper to a journal, you're less likely to get comments asking about your approach, your analysis...even the way you characterize the problem.

Episode 7 of Tutorial Tuesdays teaches you how (and where) to anticipate and address questions.

(Pro Tip: This is a vital skill in grant writing - we usually focus on objections, but it's essentially the same thing.)

What could you do to better address questions in your academic papers? Tell me in the comments!