Re: [xmca] Double stimulation task -- wiki

From: Ana Marjanovic-Shane (
Date: Wed Mar 07 2007 - 07:57:41 PST

I can see people are already looking at the photos of the blocks for
double stimulation task.
Here are some useful tips for using a wiki:

   1. When you edit a page on a wiki, finish editing by saving the page
      (click on save button on the bottom) or your changes might
      disappear!!) Or if you clicked on the "edit" button just to see
      how it works, please also click on either "save" or "cancel" so
      that a page does not stay "locked".
   2. If your addition is more than a comment on the content of a page
      -- please create a new page and make a link to it on the "Side
      bar" (edit "side bar")
   3. Other useful tips can be found on the link named "Tour of PBWIKI"
      on the "Side bar"

It is quite fun and maybe a good tool for sharing information on a
single topic in one place. -- one can also add links to different
postings on the XMCA!!)


> Hi:
> I created a wiki with pictures of the blocks we made as graduate
> students and used for studying effects of the double stimulation task
> You are welcome to see it, at
> I will soon create a another page with the details of the protocols we
> used, but I don't have any preserved actual transcripts from that time.
> I am giving you full access to add pages and comments, post more
> pictures or pose questions.
> I included Shirley's technical description of the blocks, and already
> saw a small difference in labeling some and in the colors used...
> Maybe we can make a collection of different sets here and different
> protocols as well as some transcripts??
> What do you think??
> Ana


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