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Psychology: Debates · Journals · Psychologists


In order to achieve our aims there are a number of logical stages we need to follow. These are:

Stage One[edit source]

  • (we are currently about 99% through this task)

Copy over all articles relevent to psychology and to integrate them into the knowledge structure of the APA Thesaurus of Psychological Index Terms where possible. New articles need to be created where necessary.

Stage Two[edit source]

All psychology dictionaries should be combed for additional terms and their definitions used as the basis of bolstering existing articles. Additional articles should be created where necessary and integrated into the existing structure. At this point we should have consolidated the knowledge structure of our discipline.

Stage three[edit source]

Extensive indexes should be constructed for each specialist area and outlines for guided reading produced

Stage four[edit source]

The introduction of a peer review system should allow for the an overview of each article to ensure they are of academic quality.

Stage five[edit source]

Articles should then be comprehensively supplemented with references from professional data bases, academic collections, our own reference collections and other sources.

Stage six[edit source]

The references should then be logically categorised and where appropriate new articles created and linked to the structure created in stage one.

Stage five[edit source]

Articles need to be rewritten or updated in order to reflect the detailed knowledge in the literature

Stage seven[edit source]

The pages need to be monitored on an ongoing basis in order to reflect new articles which should be integrated into the text.

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