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- Dr Art Becker-Weidman · AWeidman · Talk · Email · Welcome and editing helper Dr. Becker-Weidman Talk 13:50, 9 March 2009 (UTC)
Hi Yes good progress. We will need to remember that this is a site aimed at psychologists so I think it is best to keep the sections on the TV programme and game in the one article.
Have you had any luck tracking down any references? The ones on the translation site didnt seem to be relevent to kokology, although once we can get them translated better it would be worth listing on his article page.
What were your thoughts on structural models of the mind article all this nth dimensional stuff doesnt mean much to me and unless we can identify some academic support I dont think it fits with this site.Dr Joe Kiff 22:33, 10 March 2009 (UTC)
ok so we keep the tv program etc in one article so far i just found the ones on the translation sites.. you said "academic papers" are we looking for just papers or kokology papers... todays research revealed theres a "project kokology" with a team of 12 working all over the world dont have any new names yet...
i was hopeing the structural model stuff would make more sense to you there is support for it i just am having trouble remembering where i read it so i was hopeing you would know it "automaticly" i will put some more time into searching for it try to think where you have seen a 3d representation of frued`s "2d iceburg structure" if you can --Scatterp 01:05, 11 March 2009 (UTC)
need references Edit
Answer to your questionEdit
Obviously we have a policy here of not providing clinical advice in individual cases. Generally speaking measures to improve self esteem can be helpful in some cases of anxiety, but not all. Confidence can be seen as made up of different threads and people can put on a social face which can disguise their symptoms from the world. Generally people would do well to seek professional advice so that they can obytain an accurate assessment of their difficulties and a qualified view as to the appropriate treatment. I hope this helps. Dr Joe Kiff 16:28, 18 March 2009 (UTC)