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History & Theory of Psychology Question & Answer Forum

        

History & Theory of Psychology Question & Answer Forum

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A form for asking questions related to the History and Theory of Psychology. Basically the site is a LUSENET Forum and allows topics to be monitored via e-mail. Scholars respond to the questions.
Material Type: Reference Material
Date Added to MERLOT: March 19, 2001
Date Modified in MERLOT: March 19, 2001
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Send email to christo@yorku.ca
Submitter: jim mottin

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  • Editor Review avg: 3 rating
  • User Rating: 4.4 user rating
  • Discussion (5 Comments)
  • Learning Exercises (none)
  • Personal Collections (none)
  • Accessibility Info (none)

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Primary Audience: College General Ed, Graduate School
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Technical Requirements: browser
Language: English
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Avatar for Janice Lundin
12 years ago

Janice Lundin (Student)

This site is very interesting in that you can ask just about any question
related to psychology and its history. You receive answers from scholars from
all over the US. I spent 1 hour the first time, just browsing questions and
reading the answers. I believe that the information in this website is accurate
and that it serves as a teaching tool for any student regardless of their
major.

Technical Remarks:

This site is easy to navigate and it's broken into categories, which makes it
even better!

Avatar for Corrina Gardner
12 years ago

Corrina Gardner (Student)

This site was interesting. It is a good site if you have questions to ask or are
looking for answers.

Technical Remarks:

The site is simple to navigate although it could be made more interesting.

Avatar for Cynthia Smith
12 years ago

Cynthia Smith (Student)

This is one of those hit or miss type of sites. You may find leafing through
the Qs and As interesting, you may not. And if you have a question on one of
the topics, go for it, it looks like the response time is rather quick.

I spent about 15 minutes browsing through, and in that little time, learned a
few interesting things I didn't know before. That's always a thumbs up.

Technical Remarks:

No problems.

Avatar for michelle shanley
13 years ago

michelle shanley (Student)

I thought that the site was very informative. I spent about 30- 45 minutes just
reviewing the questions and answers that were on the sit. The questions could
very useful to other students as well as faculty. There were answeres to
questions that really amazed me. Especially about Freud.

Technical Remarks:

This was the easiest site to navigate that I have visited thus far. Excellent.

Avatar for Dale Gregory
13 years ago

Dale Gregory (Student)

Very good site. I like the thought that you can find the answer to hard
questions.

Technical Remarks:

Very easy to navigate. I wish that there was a way to get your answers faster.