Having only recently joined this list, it's pleasing to say the least
that the first message I get is about this article. I noticed it was in
a poor state last year, so almost completely rewrote it. So far it's my
only GA, FA or TFA. I've learnt to really appreciate the review
processes, which have turned my clunky prose into something accessible.
To see it get to the main page was fantastically satisfying. I'm
inspired to write more on cognitive and social psychology: an area
where enwiki's coverage is particularly poor. I've also been trying to
kick some life into the Psychology Wikiproject.
BTW, confirmation bias is a tendency shown by *people*. Someone changed
it to "researchers" on Friday but it has been changed back.
Anyway, thanks Gordon and hello to fellow wikimedians.
On Fri, 23 Jul 2010, Gordon Joly wrote:
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