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e.j._s_breakdown [2010/04/22 14:13]
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   - I also like how you made an internal link for each word defined in the definitions page that links to that page so that users can quickly access it and associate it to your discussion.   - I also like how you made an internal link for each word defined in the definitions page that links to that page so that users can quickly access it and associate it to your discussion.
   - My one suggestion would be that you could breakdown some of your pages into separate parts. For example, your visual-auditory page goes through an entire experiment and also mentions infant studies. You could may break this page down into 3 parts: Stimuli, Results, and infant studies.   - My one suggestion would be that you could breakdown some of your pages into separate parts. For example, your visual-auditory page goes through an entire experiment and also mentions infant studies. You could may break this page down into 3 parts: Stimuli, Results, and infant studies.
 +  - ADD A BACK TO START BUTTON ON YOUR PAGE!!!!!!!
  
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   - Your content is very simple and clear to understand. I think you guys do an excellent job in this department and that's why I don't have much to criticize here.   - Your content is very simple and clear to understand. I think you guys do an excellent job in this department and that's why I don't have much to criticize here.
   - The one suggestion I have here is that I feel you should add a "Parts of the Brain involved in Sensory Integration"​. And breakdown and explain the parts. In the visual auditory section, you mention where the superior colliculus is, but not what it does. And it leaves the user confused.   - The one suggestion I have here is that I feel you should add a "Parts of the Brain involved in Sensory Integration"​. And breakdown and explain the parts. In the visual auditory section, you mention where the superior colliculus is, but not what it does. And it leaves the user confused.