User:U3115549

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About me[edit]

Hi, my name is Isabelle and I am a student at the University of Canberra and am currently undertaking a double degree in Bachelor of Science (Psychology) and Bachelor of Arts. I am enrolled in the course Motivation and Emotion and will be contributing to the 2017 Motivation and Emotion Book.

I like Giraffes

I also like Sheep

Book chapter[edit]

Topic[edit]

My topic for the book chapter is Orgasm Neurology: what happens to the brain during orgasm?

Social contributions[edit]

  1. On the 31 August I added a social contribution on the Motivation and Emotion moodle site by adding a discussion topic concerning adding images to a chapter page (posted under Isabelle Goldstraw)
  2. On the 31 August I made a social contribution on another chapters discuss page, suggesting two journal articles concerning orgasms that might be useful to the user
  3. On the 2 September I made a social contribution on the Motivation and Emotion moodle site by replying to a comment on submitting the topic development
  4. On the 8 October I made a social contribution on another chapters discuss page, suggesting changes that could be made to the book chapter.
  5. On the 19 October I made a social contribution on another chapters discuss page, suggesting improvements that could be made.
  6. On the 19 October I made a social contribution on another chapters discussion page, suggesting ideas that could be added to the chapter to make it stronger.
  7. On the 21 October I made a social contribution on another chapters discussion page, suggesting ideas about restructuring the sections to make it easier to understand
  8. On the 22 October I made a social contribution on another chapters discussion page, suggesting ideas about their sentence structures
  9. On the 22 October I made a social contribution by posting in a discussion topic on the Motivation and Emotion moodle site concerning chapter feedback (posted under Isabelle Goldstraw)
  10. On the 22 October I made a social contribution on another chapters discussion page making recommendations on how they could improve their chapter.