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There are other Social Psychology websites out there, so why should you care about this one? Especially since it's currently in it's infancy. Well, there are a couple unique things about this one....

First, it's a Wiki! What does that mean? Basically, it's a collaborative site. Anyone can edit any page on this site. You have to login to make sure that this doesn't become a haven for spam, but once you've registered, you can click on the edit tab at the top of most pages to change them. If you feel like you'd like to add something to a particular page, please do so.

Second, there is a wonderful opportunity for more organized collaboration to increase benefit the field in various areas. Anything Social Psychology related is welcome...To get things started, we plan on beginning with the topics listed below. We'll get things started and see where things lead.

File:Profdev.jpg Collaborative articles on the business of doing Social Psychology research.(ie. conferences, journals, Research Tips etc...)

File:Definitions.jpg Collaborative articles/overviews of social psychology concepts (ie. happiness )

File:Tools.jpg Downloads (or links to downloads) of code that you can use/modify for internet based research.

File:Internet.jpg Collaborative articles on best practices for internet based research.

File:Labs.jpg Profiles/discussion of the work done in various social psychology labs

Can you think of something more? Edit this page and add something...:)


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