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In an academic paper, I need to use the term peer-review many times. However, not 100% sure when to include hyphen. Normally, I do not use hyphen when I say, for example:
When students participate in peer reviews...
However I include a hyphen in such cases:
When students participate in peer-review activities...
I wonder if the way I use the hyphen is correct or not.