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Thank you for your comments. I have updated the Eye color article and hope you feel this reflects your concerns. Please let me now if you find other poor quality articles. Best wishes. Dr Joe Kiff (talk) 08:54, August 7, 2013 (UTC)
Hi Kris. Thanks for replying. While we are building the site we are using the wikipedia articles as place holders, improving them where we can and ironing out problems as we go. I tried to get the multiple photo template to work on this site but was defeated and took the decision to cut it out some of the the pictures. We have only about 50 scientific papers on eye color in psychology and I think the article will need substantial rewriting in the end from a psychological perspective. We can import the photos we need then. Do have a go at improving the article if you wish. All help is appreciated. Dr Joe Kiff (talk) 07:21, August 8, 2013 (UTC)