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If a UserBox sounds neat!Edit

I wanted to give you the option of putting this on your userpage!

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Your contributed article, Self-control(behavior analysis)Edit

 

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Self-control(behavior analysis)Edit

I'm deleting your protest page as improper, but here's information on the proper way to protest a page deletion...

First, you should talk to the deleting admin directly. Explain why you think the deletion was in error. Admins are human, and we do make mistakes. The admin in this case is User:RHaworth.

If the deleting admin cannot be persuaded to reverse themselves, then you can start a fuller debate among the community. Admins can be overridden if you can persuade a larger group of users that their action was incorrect. To do this, go to WP:DRV and follow the directions there. - TexasAndroid (talk) 20:16, 15 March 2013 (UTC)

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