Nice to see you are making progress on your TB chapter! I see you have quoted my boy Ekman in your theory. Might I suggest you make his name into a link to my TB page?
Cheers!--MichelleK 00:43, 4 November 2010 (UTC)
Love your work! MichelleK 22:12, 7 November 2010 (UTC)
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Overall, this chapter demonstrates a very good understanding of relevant theory.
Excellent overview of emotion.
The overview of sleep was somewhat technical and neurological (more explanation or links to explainations of the technical terms could have been helpful). No particularly connnection between REM/NREM sleep and emotion is offered.
The Relationship between Sleep and Emotion - An Overview - Excellent - brings the topics together into clear focus.
Overall, the chapter was well written and presented. There was some minor, but regular grammar issues. Effective use was made of highlight boxes. Images were useful adjuncts to the text. Some inter-wiki links were added.
The introduction could have benefited from clearly establishing some focus questions of interest.
The chapter summary was very well written - a rich, but succint summary of the key content.
Some of the feature boxes seemed to just re-quote the text.
Avoid one sentence paragraphs.
Spelling, grammar and proofreading
welbeing -> well-being
Check use of ownership apostrophes e.g., individuals vs. individual's; also check use of its vs it's; also note Study's -> Studies
Did you mean "volitation" or perhaps "volition"? (regardless, the term could have done with explanation)
APA was generally very good, particularly for citations.
APA was not used to caption and refer to figures/tables.