Talk:Motivation and emotion/Textbook/Motivation/Sexual motivation

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wot no quote? - no worries either ways, but I thought the quote was quite apt :-) cheers, Privatemusings 01:06, 17 September 2010 (UTC)course I would think that, having popped it in!

I left a note here as well :-) Privatemusings 10:15, 19 September 2010 (UTC)

Feedback[edit source]

I've had a quick over the draft so far. Here's some comments hopefully to help you along.

  1. Overall, I like the structure and scope.
  2. I've added some initial project boxes
  3. I tweaked some of the heading levels
  4. Introduction
    1. Good, friendly introduction.
    2. Maybe add a second paragraph that fleshes out some focus questions and/or explains the structure/content for the chapter (tell the reader what is ahead).
  5. Maybe consider psychoanalytic/psychoanalysis perspectives
  6. Maybe consider sexual motivation across cultures
  7. Might be interesting to report some Australian statistics if they're available e.g.,
  8. Physiology of Sexual Motivation
    1. Maybe mention that people with paralysis still experience sexual arousal.
  9. APA style
    1. For subsequent citations within a paragraph, don't include the year e.g., Kaplan (1979), but the only Kaplan.

-- Jtneill - Talk - c 06:58, 5 November 2010 (UTC)

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Overall[edit source]

  1. Overall, this is a well-rounded, interesting, readable chapter which does a good job of covering relevant theory and research. Congratulations. Check the edit history for some minor changes (e.g., some grammar and written expression). Images and tables were valuable complements to the text. There was excellent use of wiki-links and the quiz was also excellent. I was particularly impressed by the critical thinking (e.g., with pheremones and limitations with research methods, which clearly shows a capacity to excel at post-graduate level.

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