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Zulia Brown (Student)
spent about a half an hour here. It can be educational if the early history of
psychology is needed.
Corrina Gardner (Student)
psycology testing. There is a lot of information on this site.
something to make it more interesting.
Krystal Audette (Student)
and easy to understand. The information would be valuable for someone studying
pictures were helpful though.
Michele PrattGiammella (Student)
was very interesting and well written. I think that this site is great for
educational purposes, and to enhance teaching and learning.
find this site easy to find information.
Sandra Price (Student)
educational if you are interested in early technology. It may have potential to
enhance teaching if you are studying and learning about early interventions and
instruments in psychology. The first time user will be able to obtain the
material with ease.
Maura Scanlon (Student)
because of the visual aids that was supplied. I feel that teachers could use
this material in their classes and find that students will find it easy to
follow. This material is easy understand and readily excessable to even a first
Stacey Houser (Student)
psychology. It tells the main people who first started the psychology feild and
what there interests were. It is very educational and I think any psychology
major should read it.
technically very easy to use.
Janet Briggs (Student)
forks. I used them for hearing tests in my A&PII class. It was interesting to
read that John Shore invented the tuning fork in 1714. He was the "lutenist" at
the Chapel Royal. He called it a "pitchfork" as he tuned his lute. The site has
an on-line cyber museum. It's wonderful that the instruments are shown in color.
a disadvantage only if your computer does not have high quality graphic
resolution. You don't want to miss the details of the pictures. They are