And on the other side of the "coin". we do the opposite, don't squeeze the prints dry and place face up on a screen.
A friend of mine who was a teacher of photography at MIT told me once that the higher the humidity the slower the drying time the flatter the print. I began doing that and have very little curl.
Put the dry prints under a dry mount press and leave them for what ever time moves me, or when it is time to tone, mount or add some new ones to the mix.
Which is correct? Who can tell, mine works for me and makes me happy;
Ken is happy with his method.