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What is PsychWiki? PsychWiki was created by psychologists as a tool for psychologists (see list of uses).


What is psychwiki psyc-hub?

►  Research

►  People

►  Psychology Concepts

►  Measures

  Null Findings new

  Virtual Lab Meeting new



What is psychwiki knowledgebase?

►  Professional Development

►  Research Process

my psychwiki

Newpages.png "Social Roles"                                           (...more New Pages)            
Newfeatures.png " Did You Know..." archive page"     (...more New Features)            
Newedits.png "Recent Edits"                                       (...more Recent Edits)            

news and updates
  • March 20th, 2012
    The site hit over 10,000,000 million page views today!, so thanks to all the contributors and users of PsychWiki.
  • May 11th, 2011
    We created a new focal page of all the Ways to Use PsychWiki so that there is a centralized listing of each tool. If you can think of more ways to use PsychWiki, let us know. The goal is for PsychWiki to be as practical and useful as possible.

(past news and updated from the admins...)

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 PsychWiki Statistics as of March 28
   Pages: 366    Page Edits: 32,283
   Users: 3,802  PageViews: 55,928,084


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... Have you ever had a great research hypothesis but lacked the data to test it? If so, The 2012 Research Challenge is a great opportunity for you to get those data. This contest is open to individuals and small teams (five or fewer people). See the 2012 Research Challenge website for full details.         → more "Did You Know"s...

  Article of the Month:   April

Science and Education Questionnaire
"The purpose was to develop a valid, meaningful, and practical instrument for creating in-depth profiles of the views of college students or adults, including pre-/in-service teachers, about the nature of science (NOS), and NOS instruction. There are seven factors: Tentativeness, Nature of Observations, Scientific Methods, Theories and Laws, Use of Imagination, Validation of Scientific Knowledge, Subjectivity and Objectivity..."   (More...)
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