Hi JAK thanks for your contribution, you make some good points. could you help us to fill out the details of BIT and gather together some of the research evidence in support of the different theories to further the debate?
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Jason, from the ToK listserveEdit
Hi JAK! This is Jason, from the ToK listserve. (My user name is Jaywin). Glad to see that you set up a username. If you have any questions, feel free to leave them on my discussion page. Gregg has a user name as well: User:Henriques. Here's some categories you can pick from to add to your user page, if you'd like: Category:Psychology Wikians by interest.
Also, thanks for the response at the ToK discussion forum. You can sign your name with three or four tildes ("~"). Four tildes adds the date of the posting. Have a good one! Jason Bessey - Jaywin (talk) 20:13, 20 November 2006 (UTC)
- Hi again, JAK. FYI, when you post something at a forum, you can post it on the forum page instead of the forum discussion page. This way, a record is kept on both the Forum:Index page and the Forum:ToK discussion forum page of who made the last edit. Thanks! :) Jason Bessey - Jaywin (talk) 20:23, 20 November 2006 (UTC)
Truth, Philosophy, & PsychologyEdit
Hi JAK. Thanks for your efforts thus far. I thought of a couple of things that might be of interest to you.
- Perhaps you'd be interested in working on an article like the Truth article. This article, of course, is supposed to be an encyclopedia-style article with a neutral point of view.
- Perhaps you'd like to write your own Psychology Wiki paper. If so, check out the section on Dr. Joe's page entitled "List of my papers" as a formatting guide.