|WikiProject Psychology||(Rated Start-class, Mid-importance)|
|WikiProject Philosophy||(Rated Start-class, Mid-importance)|
Dear Nawl in wiki
thanks for your guiding comments. I am new to this.
My objective is to inform about mindset - I am a research fellow on this topic - and performing fundamental research on my own. Hence I thought I would write about this work (that is validated by universities) by myself. I followed the model of the Boston Consulting Group that links their name to their site.
Question 1 I can go around by setting a link from the text in Wiki to a university (where I am teaching the method). Would this be acceptable?
Question 2 May I mention my name in the text in wiki or would this be considered as a kind of advertising ?
Mindset in Politics
I'm hoping someone can add some citations to the section on mindset in politics. The stuff on the Cold war seems valid but is not reference. Vajrapoppy (talk) —Preceding undated comment added 21:44, 15 September 2013 (UTC)
Fixed and Growth Mindset
Dear all, new to this. However, I have found some relevant information that I believe will enhance the understanding of Fixed and Growth Mindset. In the beginning, I would like to add some examples of how students of both fixed and growth mindset would act. Then as you read on, there is little talk about gender. I think adding in some information on how gender affects the mindset of people and students is essential.