Summarizing Dr. Driving's 18 Links

By Cara Lucey

Dr. Driving SaysOn average, a pedestrian is killed in a motor vehicle crash every 96 minutes. As vulgar as it may seem, the reality of Dr., Drivings statistics are generalized here in this article, and it is this vulgarity that affects each and every one of us at one point in time. This link also elegantly sheers off into The AAA Foundation for Safety - bringing the world updated information to road rage statistics, a "Self Witnessing" exercise in the O'ahu Fleet Safety Organization. I found that this sight is useful because it brings out the latest information to diminish the ignorance in driving.

Cyberpsychology is an intimidating word for anyone who is unfamiliar with the world of cyber space. Dr. Driving helps reduce these fears by pointing out on this page the realism for computer literacy in today's day and age. I found this link helpful because it points out and attempts to decrease the "techno phobia" by providing information about how computers today can only benefit and highlight things that we were once unaware of (i.e. virtual reality, thermodynamics, information to links). In general, Dr. Driving relates the once overwhelming information superhighway to the psychological perspective.

Traffic Psychology, What is it? By taking some time to examine this article you will find the information you need to understand what it is. This link is organized into the Principle of Traffic Psychology and the O'ahu Safety Council giving you a detailed index of your choice. I found this link to be very convenient in providing a detailed explanation and graphed layout of the ACS (affective-cognitive-sensory motor) for driving makeovers and gives you a chance to learn about driving behavior as well.

Social Psychology Principles on Home Page Architecture, is an explanation on Home page architecture and its uses in sharing knowledge throughout the world. This link describes the functions of a home page and what a home page consists of. It also helps the viewer in choosing features that distinguishes and adds to the appeal rather than annoyance of the design of the material. I found this page helpful because it shares with the viewer the information of the capabilities of a home page in a very realistic story like manner.

Generation Curriculum sight introduces the viewer to an introduction regarding the students generation curriculum reports that have been referred to and studied since 1975. This overview gives the viewer a brief of the different things that have been investigated over the semesters and allows the viewer the opportunity to look into these things to further their knowledge and ideas. This sight is useful because it allows you to see reports made by prior students which can be helpful in aiding yourself through the cyber experience and the gathering of ideas and information of others experiences.

Statement's About This Sight introduces the viewer to the main materials incorporated on the home page of Dr. James. Under three subtitles - Traffic Psychology, Cyber Psychology, and Swedenborg's Spiritual Psychology ,Dr. James generalizes about these topics in an easy to understand outline format. I found that this link provides you with just enough information on how to navigate through different sights on his home page, and what can be found in those particular sights.

Swedenborg's Home Page Hawaii as shown by Dr. Leon James incorporates a glossary of expanded ideas that indicate links to sources for things such as Spiritual Marriage & Growth, and Spiritual Marriage & Science, Swedenborg's Resources, and other links to Swedenbogrians throughout the world. This sight is helpful in the understanding of who this Swedenborg is - if you are unfamiliar, and the different ideas that came from Swedenborg that can be helpful in the understanding of spiritual psychology.

The Spiritual Psychology page as listed in Dr. James' links gives the viewer a detailed understanding of Swedenborg and his influence throughout history. Dr. James discusses why Swedenborg and his ideas are unique and gives the viewer a peak at some of Swedenborg's achievements. This page along with the Swedenborg home page is helpful because it incorporates a number of useful ideas which can be applied to evolution of thinking in human beings.

Search By... link is one that I found to eliminate confusion and bring the computer convenience show to the stage. This link helps reduce the frustration of taking those wrong navigational turns and searches with easy access searches instead. Dr. James has brought to his home page a link that gives you the opportunity to access information with a single world search here.

Index... link is another way for quick access to information. Here the viewer has access to information within Dr. James' home page in another convenient manner. Organized with a familiar feature- similar to the U.H. Carl system the viewer can find their way to documents and research by typing in the document, title, article, keyword, concept, or name. Due to its similarity to the use of library searches, I found this the most helpful and the least frightening to experience, but where is the fun in that?

Addresses link allows the viewer to gain access to Dr. James personally through e-mail, office, and other accessible numbers. He also lists on here the University of Hawaii's address to the campus, and welcomes the viewers responses and constructive criticism of his home page. This link is helpful because it allows avenues for any information that is needed to get to Dr. James a way to get there.

The Tour Guide gives the viewer different tours through a variety of information gathered during Dr. James' cyber psychology classes. This link gives direction on information to introductions, topics in archives, and nutrition and exercise. It gives the viewer a variety of things to look through including psychology of human and pet relations, nutritional archives and much more. This link is helpful, again in finding a quick way to view other students research and applications they used in their study to share with future generation students.

The Daily Round Archives explains that the Daily Round Archives was the existence of the generation curriculum prior to going on line. This link allows you to explore student reports throughout 1971-1991. I find that this link will prove to be very useful in gaining historical (recent) insight to how the generation curriculum was started, and how "witnessing" reports can be compared with those in 1997.

Full Text Articles and Books by Leon James is a sight that offers you access to the articles and books that are linked within links within links. This obviously proves how convenient it is to go directly to the sight that interests the viewer. To assist in helping the viewer get to their destination, a small caption of what the material consists of is in short explanations next to the sight.

The University of Hawaii takes the person to the University of Hawaii home page. Here the person can access information about UH, what it has to offer, and other resources related to the University of Hawaii system. I find this link helpful for incoming students as well as students already established with the University of Hawaii, giving them an opportunity to take care of things conveniently by the push of a button(i.e. renewing library books, checking personal semster schedules).

Diane Nahl's home page features her favorite search engines, clicking access to the student reports and other interesting features. What I find the most useful on this page is the HTML tutorial which helps explain - without too much confusion, what HTML is about and what its features are. Another interesting feature is its link to the Hamilton Library Sight, conveniently allowing you to access information on topics through the Hamilton Library.

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