I'm Stephen Lea, a psychology professor and www-enthusiast from Exeter in south-west England. One of my specialisms is animal behaviour, and I am currently reading up on the taxonomy of some species I am less familiar with, so I am creating some Wikipedia pages as a way of collecting together what I have learned. I am also doing minor fixes on psychology pages, bird pages, pages about south-west England, pages about places I've visited, and anything else I happen to know about that I notice going past on the New Pages or Recent Changes lists.
I did quite a lot of work on Wikipedia in the first half of 2004, while I was living in Berkeley, California and working on a lot of new research projects as well as visiting a lot of new places (and escaping from some regular commitments, too). Now I'm back to a more routine existence, and I don't have as much time to put in, or new material to add. But I'm still interested in the project and will work on pages as and when I have time and inspiration. If you want my views on anything urgently, though, please feel free to email me through the system. If you leave a message on my Talk page, I'll reply there so the dialogue doesn't get fractured, so keep a watch on it.
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The Original Barnstar
I hereby award you this barnstar for your fine contributions, especially those about animals. Excellent work! Tone 22:04, 11 May 2006 (UTC)
|The Christianity Barnstar|
|Thanks for your expansion of Wesley Covenant Prayer! I landed upon the article today and found it to be well written! Keep up the good work! With regards, AnupamTalk 09:08, 16 January 2012 (UTC)|