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* Collaborate with others who do exactly what you do. The field of psychology is vaste so online tools are useful for connecting people with common interests.
* Collaborate with others who do exactly what you do. The field of psychology is vaste so online tools are useful for connecting people with common interests.
* Information wants to be free!
* Information wants to be free!
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How to use PsychWiki?
How to use PsychWiki?
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* Search the site for useful information. [[Search|See how to Search]].
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* If you login (see login in top right) you can edit the pages. [[Edit|See how to Edit]].
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* You can also add a page on any topic. [[Add a Page|See how to Add a Page]].
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Revision as of 00:13, 7 September 2009

Why use PsychWiki?

There are a few reasons to use online resources such as...



How to use PsychWiki?


Add a page



Some ideas are to write about career development, academic concepts, your ongoing research topics, a paper you have written, your lab group, or resources you have found useful.

Don't worry about being "the authority" or being uber-comprehensive. If you miss something, somebody else will come along and add it. That's the beauty of a collaborative reference.

Or you can browse the existing pages and see if there is something you have to edit/add using the edit tab at the top of the page you wish to change.

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