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I would add: Never reference the Psychology Wiki directly, or never reference wikipedia directly. Instead, use it as you would use Google, to find out information on a subject, and then use the references which the article has to read further. Once the Psychology Wiki links to full text references this will be very useful. If the article lacks references then it is a clear indication that that article is not up to a sound academic standard. If this is the case, either don't reference that article, or else improve the article, and add a reference. This is the point of the project. Mostly Zen 20:31, 14 June 2006 (UTC)

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