Talk:Personality judgment

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Hey Witmb11! Good article, I enjoyed it, particularly the subsection of effects of personality judgment on behavior. I didn't really see any grammatical errors or anything, but I have a few suggestions to improve the article (which can totally be ignored if you don't agree).

The perspectives on accuracy part was slightly confusing, and it might help if you list the perspectives clearly in the lead in paragraph, or list the perspectives as bullets or something.

You might want to add a few more wikilinks, as it'll make it easier if people don't know much about a concept or something, they can just click it.

in your references, try to link more of the articles so people can just click on them to get the pdf, or whatever format it's in, even if it only shows the the abstract. That was it'll be easier to find the citations.

Other than that I thought it was great! Made the reviewing process pretty easy. Good work (Go Dawgs)! Moonpe11 (talk) 14:55, 19 April 2012 (UTC)

Conflict of interest tag[edit]

The article has been tagged as having a conflict of interest editor involved. The editor appears to be primarily writing with course objectives in mind, at the expense of and instead of with Wikipedia guidelines in mind. Until such a time that this article is not a requirement of coursework and until it becomes clear that peer review for the article as a class requirement will be done based on adherence to Wikipedia writing style requirements (medical referencing, lead style, summary style, language accessibility), the conflict of interest remains as the editors primary objectives are unlikely to involve Wikipedia. --LauraHale (talk) 20:32, 19 April 2012 (UTC)

Could you please explain how this topic falls into the "medical referencing" category? Whitmb11 (talk) 21:13, 19 April 2012 (UTC)

A higher standard is expected for medical articles (see WP:MEDRS), and I'm assuming that LauraHale feels this article or the articles that your class are editing fall under that category. I'm not seeing anything resembling medical advice in your article though, which is good. I think that if you review the guideline and use references from peer-reviewed medical journals (and not one-off studies), you should be fine. Gobōnobo + c 00:30, 20 April 2012 (UTC)
The COI tag was removed per Wikipedia:Administrators'_noticeboard/Incidents#COI_tag_usage_for_Wikipedia_articles_used_as_educational_assignments.Smallman12q (talk) 11:40, 20 April 2012 (UTC)

Article Comments[edit]

Hey, I thought your article was good overall. The information presented is clear and succinct. Couple things you might want to take a look at though. First, I would go back to your realism perspective under accuracy of personality judgement and reread the second sentence there. I understood it, but I had to read it a couple times so you might want to try and clarify it a little, maybe think about separating it into two sentences. Second, in your judge characteristics section, you refer to judges a lot, should it be judgers? I don't know, but I thought I should bring it up. It might work too if you used "someone" or "a person," although that can get messy at times too. Lastly, you might want to add a sentence or two to the "facial expressions corresponding to personality traits" bullet. Or better yet, see if you can find pictures of traits to use. All-in-all I think you did a nice job though. Croweml11 (talk) 21:51, 19 April 2012 (UTC)

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