This editorial explains the rationale for a policy change for the Journal of Pediatric Psychology (JPP) to move to a single-blinded peer review process. The terminology for peer-review processes differs a bit between disciplines, so I will clarify them here. In the psychological sciences, when the identities of the authors and reviewers are not revealed to each other, it is called a “masked review process,” which is known as “double-blinded peer review” in the terminology of other disciplines. JPP has always operated its peer review process as a double-blinded or masked review where reviewers were blinded to the author(s) and the author(s) were blinded as to the reviewers. Effective January 1, 2019, we will move to a single-blind review process where authors will no longer be asked to mask/blind their manuscripts; however, authors will remain blinded as to the reviewers of their submission.