User talk:Vkraft

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Howdy Tori[edit]

Hey Tori, Thanks for your lovely message. I am Tyler and I am in your group. I enjoy long walks on the beach and Listening to Marvin Gaye Albums . Tjkimmett (talk) 19:10, 15 September 2011 (UTC)

Hey Tori! Here's a link to my user page [[1]]. If you have any comments or suggestions let me know! Dlaborte (talk) 07:56, 23 September 2011 (UTC)

Feedback - Week 4 Assignments[edit]

Hi Tori, Nice job on the edits and linking to my talk page (and your group members' talk pages too). It looks like you have some viable topics here, except for sports hypnosis as there were only 3 books (no articles) I found on the topic in a quick PsycINFO search. However, both exercise addition and self talk (I assume you mean her in relationship to athletic performance??) could be linked in with existing sites but definitely have enough material to develop as stand-alone articles. I suggest choosing whatever your group wants to learn more about. Do also note that current articles may be relevant - behavioral addiction and intrapersonal communication is a re-direct for self talk. Tatompki (talk) 04:19, 23 September 2011 (UTC)

Feedback - Week 5 Assignments[edit]

It seems like you are getting the hang of editing, linking and starting to learn referencing. On this later point, you will want to cite your references in such a way that it numbers your citation and adds it to the reference list. Making edits in your sandbox before moving them over to the article itself is also a good idea so that you can make small edits, see what it looks like and make further edits. Also, in the sandbox you can use the "cite" tool in your toolbar and then choose from template, either a website, book, newspaper or journal and by plugging in the information it will cite it cleanly for you. Also, don't forget to cite in APA style Make sure to take a look at the readings and videos for this week if you'd like more guidance and/or come in and we'll play with it too. Hopefully your group is narrowing in on a topic? Tatompki (talk) 17:10, 30 September 2011 (UTC)

Feedback - Week 6 Assignments[edit]

Don't forget to add your group topic to the class page!Tatompki (talk) 16:07, 10 October 2011 (UTC)

Exercise addiction[edit]


Hey there! Welcome to Wikipedia! I noticed that you selected the Exercise addiction article as the subject for your class. Unfortunately, this article is an ongoing project created and developed by the Intro to Psychology course at St. Charles Community College. Since the article was created by a student outside of Linfield College, it is recommended that students from Linfield College select a different article to create and develop. That said, the professor of St Charles is open to having both classes collaborate on the article. If you have questions, please feel free to contact me. Best regards, Cind.amuse (Cindy) 20:29, 5 November 2011 (UTC)