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Beginning[edit]

Although I joined Wikipedia earlier and I made my first tentative edits in June 2007, I began to contribute more heavily to Wikipedia in the spring of 2008.

In May and June 2008 I did most of my Wikipedia editing and writing for the health psychology entry. Like most Wikipedeans, I built upon what came before me. I added new text, edited previous writing, checked facts including citations, emended citations based on searches of the research literature, and added new citations. I also included two lists of doctoral programs, one in health psychology and the other in occupational health psychology (since removed and moved to the occupational health psychology entry}.


In June 2008 I created the entry devoted to occupational health psychology because it is an emergent field within psychology. I thought there was a need for such an entry. However, I did not do much more with the entry than set it up.

Internationalizing[edit]

I also tried to internationalize the English entries. I linked the health psychology entry to a parallel entry in French. I also linked the French entry to the English entry. My next step was to initiate an entry on occupational health psychology (OHP) for the French version of Wikipedia, and cross-link the English and French OHP entries. Although I have knowledge of French, I enlisted someone who is more fluent in French than I am to help me with the French OHP entry.


On Nov. 8, 2008, I started a French OHP page, fr:Psychologie de la santé au travail. It is cross-linked with the English OHP page. I hope my starting the French OHP page can precipitate more OHP pages in a variety of languages. I would like to Wikipedeans who are more fluent in French than I am to elaborate the French OHP entry.

More efforts[edit]

In July 2008 I turned my attention to the entry devoted to the City College of New York, including work on the entry called the List of City College of New York people.

It wasn't until September 2008 that I began to work more productively on developing the OHP entry. Over time, I started a total of 20 English-language Wikipedia entries and one French-language entry. I started and elaborated the entry on occupational health psychology. In January and February 2009, I began to create entries for OHP-related journals including Work & Stress (the original and the redirect), the Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, the Journal of Organizational Behavior, the Journal of Health and Social Behavior, the Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health (the original and the redirect), the Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, Organizational Research Methods, Occupational Medicine, the European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, Psychosomatic Medicine (journal), the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, and Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. I also initiated Wikipedia entries for two OHP-related organizations, the Society for Occupational Health Psychology and the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology. In September 2011, I began Wikipedia entries for two individuals, Isidor Chein and Maurice M. Rapport. In April 2012, I created an entry for Irving Millman.

Other entries I created include Health Psychology (journal), natural science (psychology) (the original and the redirect), and basic science (psychology). On June 2, 2013, I began the entry for the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology.

I also edited and wrote for the Wikipedia entry covering Samuel J. Tilden High School in Brooklyn, NY. I am a graduate of Tilden High School. Finally--and this was more for fun--, I got caught up with a British TV show called Spooks; the show is about agents of the British intelligence service MI-5. I edited different entries devoted to several episodes and helped summarize episodes.

Other efforts include work on the entries on study design, contingency table, industrial and organizational psychology, and natural experiment.

In May 2009, I observed a number of problems in the school violence entry. I began to edit, and add to, the entry. Beginning in February 2011 and throughout much of the year, I added to the concept inventory entry.

In February and March 2012, I worked on improving the entry on Henry Ford. I had done some reading on Ford and Fordism, and became interested in the entry.

On April 1, 2014, I began to work on improving the writing in the organizational behavior entry. On April 14, 2014, I began to contribute to the entry on Elton Mayo, one of the founders of the field known as organizational behavior.

To count my edits I am going to use the following tool: http://tools.wmflabs.org/xtools/pcount/

The next site has been down, perhaps temporarily. Here is a look at my edits. http://tools.wmflabs.org/xtools/pcount/index.php?name=iss246&lang=en&wiki=wikipedia

Also see hits per Wikipedia page.

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List of Wikipedia articles I originated and their origination dates[edit]

1. Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology 2013-06-02

2. Irving Millman 2012-04-27

3. Isidor Chein 2011-09-03

4. Maurice M. Rapport 2011-09-03

5. Health Psychology (journal) 2011-01-26

6. Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment and Health · (redirect) 2009-01-31

7. Natural science (psychology) · (redirect) 2009-04-16

8. Basic science (psychology) 2009-04-14

9. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 2009-03-21

10. Psychosomatic Medicine (journal) 2009-02-15

11. European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology 2009-02-14

12. Work and stress · (redirect) 2009-02-13

13. Work & Stress 2009-02-13

14. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 2009-02-13

15. Society for Occupational Health Psychology 2009-02-12

16. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice 2009-02-03

17. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 2009-02-02

18. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 2009-02-01

19. Organizational Research Methods 2009-01-31

20. Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health 2009-01-31

21. Journal of Health and Social Behavior 2009-01-30

22. Journal of Organizational Behavior 2009-01-25

23. Social Science and Medicine · (redirect) 2009-01-25

24. Occupational Medicine (journal) 2009-01-24

25. Occupational health psychology 2008-06-22

26. Sam Salz 2015-02-08

Notes for future reference[edit]

Note to myself. This is an example of how the redirect procedure works: #REDIRECTSocial Science & Medicine; found for the Social Science and Medicine entry.


Note to myself. This is an example of how to direct a reader to a section of an article.

Note to myself. This is an example of how to indicate that references are needed in a section of text: [citation needed].


Note to user WhatamIdoing. You were very helpful in the past, and I thought you could answer a question. If you visit the developmental psychology entry or outline of psychology entry you will notice that the psychology template is transcluded on the bottom of the page. When you look at the page, why isn't the template open as it is on many other psychology Wikipedia entries, for example in the abnormal psychology entry? I know that I could click the word "show", and the full template will appear. However, in the abnormal psychology entry , the psychology template is visible, and the button reads "hide". Thanks. Iss246 (talk) 01:06, 18 April 2009 (UTC)


Response from WhatamIdoing who is unfailingly helpful: "Hello, Iss246! What a fascinating question. It appears that the answer is because there is only one navbox on the abnormal psych article. The default is to have it open if there is only one, but if there are two or more, then it autocollapses. I think that you can change this behavior (assuming all the usual "everyone agrees it's a good idea" issues) by typing bracket-bracketPsychology |state=uncollapsedbracket-bracket instead of just plain bracket-bracketPsychologybracket-bracket where the navbox should display.

"Thanks again for the interesting question: I learned something today! WhatamIdoing talk 02:49, 18 April 2009 (UTC)"

Note to myself. User:Paulbalegend has fine photographs of the White Mountains on his Wikipedia page.

Note to myself. To indicate a Wikipedia user when writing on a talk page, use the following: Iss246. I am on my own talk page so that this configuration will not work here. But insert another user's name, and it will.

Note to myself. Here is an example of how to make a numbered list.

To begin the game of Monopoly, the players have to:

  1. Take turns rolling the dice;
  2. High roll goes first;
  3. If there is a tie, re-roll;
  4. The player to the left of the player going first.....; and
  5. Blah blah blah.


How to alert another Wikipedian he or she was mentioned. *@Iss246:


Note to myself.

Here is how to bring writing back to the left margin.

────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────The writing is back to the left margin.


Note to myself. Here is an example of how to sign my name and allow someone to go to my talk page. [•]


Note to myself.

To use talkback, write a note on my user page, and then go to the other person's talk page a leave a talkback tag. The talkback tag looks like this:
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Hello, Iss246. You have new messages at USERNAME's talk page.
You can remove this notice at any time by removing the {{Talkback}} or {{Tb}} template.

Barnstar section[edit]

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In recognition of your hard work, factual integrity, and thorough copyediting on the Charles Barron article, I award you this Barnstar. Your edits were lightning quick, and I am still amazed at how tightly-condensed and readable the page is now—after just a single day of your copyediting! I also found your listening ear and willingness to learn about the topic to be a tremendous asset. It will take you far! --Screwball23 talk 02:46, 2 March 2011 (UTC)


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In appreciation of your swift, exacting, and obliging copy-editing of Malati Dasi, I am glad to present you with this barnstar. Thanks and regards, Cinosaur (talk) 01:32, 8 March 2011 (UTC)
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I saw this[1]. You are an extremely patient person, and you deserve some recognition for that. Howicus (talk) 05:04, 24 May 2013 (UTC)