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What other sites like yours do you recommend? -SarahSarahmac22 03:59, 23 February 2008 (UTC)

I am looking into creating an extensive biofeedback/neurofeedback wiki both for education and research collaboration purposes. I saw in the Wikia guidelines that unless a wiki will be widely used then it should be created as a subsection of an existing wiki and so I wondered if creating it under the biofeedback section of the Psychology wiki would be a good idea? I'd be ok with that unless I wouldn't be able to keep a back of the content we create. Thanks, Jay Gattis, Psy.D.

Hi Jay

This is a most welcome suggestion. Please proceed as you think fit. We are following the APA controlled vocabulary as published in the Thesaurus of Psychological Index Terms so it would be important to build of that structure eg physiological psychology and biofeedback. Dont hesitate to ask for advice. Keeping backups is possible. I would be particularly interested in the clinical implications of work in this area. Dr Joe Kiff 00:06, 20 January 2008 (UTC)

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