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==Intro==
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The Psychology Wiki as a project depends on its contributors to add to and improve the project. Join us and help to make our vision a reality.
   
 
If you feel a page could be improved then please do edit it. This is a collaborative editing project!! just because its written down doesnt mean it cant be improved upon. Those with editing experience are most welcome to keep our contributions to a high standard.
 
If you feel a page could be improved then please do edit it. This is a collaborative editing project!! just because its written down doesnt mean it cant be improved upon. Those with editing experience are most welcome to keep our contributions to a high standard.
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You can also help by linking references to full text copies where available, or to abstracts on Pubmed etc if not. You can also help by inserting the [[ISBN]]code at the end of book references. (Search on book title on Amazon etc and record the number.NB remove the colon and the software will recognise it as ISBN automatically}.
 
You can also help by linking references to full text copies where available, or to abstracts on Pubmed etc if not. You can also help by inserting the [[ISBN]]code at the end of book references. (Search on book title on Amazon etc and record the number.NB remove the colon and the software will recognise it as ISBN automatically}.
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'''NB:''' Many of the links listed for 'Creating New Articles' on the community portal, are very relevant to Improving Articles.

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Intro

The Psychology Wiki as a project depends on its contributors to add to and improve the project. Join us and help to make our vision a reality.

If you feel a page could be improved then please do edit it. This is a collaborative editing project!! just because its written down doesnt mean it cant be improved upon. Those with editing experience are most welcome to keep our contributions to a high standard.

You can help by taking out the brackets from around links not relevent to psychologists, by taking out inapproprite references and weblinks (those not consistent with an academic site), by inserting appropriate references and links.

You can also help by linking references to full text copies where available, or to abstracts on Pubmed etc if not. You can also help by inserting the ISBNcode at the end of book references. (Search on book title on Amazon etc and record the number.NB remove the colon and the software will recognise it as ISBN automatically}.

NB: Many of the links listed for 'Creating New Articles' on the community portal, are very relevant to Improving Articles.

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.