"my psychwiki"

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What is "my psychwiki"? You've probably noticed there are no postings on this page. That is because you can use PsychWiki to have your own stand-alone pages to help with your professional life in psychology. Not every page has to be linked or seen by everyone.

For example, some people have created pages for:
- their classes (example), individual class assignments (example), helping teaching assistants coordinate the lab sections (example), brainstorming ideas for courses (example), association website (example), student group website (example), organizing events (example), lab groups (example), brownbags and speaker series (example), professional development series (example), announcing workshops (example), posting online studies (example), group events (example), collaborative notes from conferences - (example), posting interesting study results - (example)


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For example, some people have created pages for:
- their classes (example)
- individual class assignments (example)
- helping teaching assistants coordinate the lab sections (example)
- brainstorming ideas for courses (example)



- association website (example)
- student group website (example)
- organizing events (example)
- Lab groups (example)
- brownbags and speaker series (example)
- professional development series (example)
- announcing workshops (example)
- posting online studies (example)
- group events (example)


- collaborative notes from conferences - (example)
- posting interesting study results - (example)

(example)

psychexperiment.psychwiki.com

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