What is this website about?
People often don’t know what psychology is. It is my intention to educate people about psychology, what it is and what it isn’t. Psychology is everywhere, it’s in the supermarket, at school, in the pub and even at your own dinner table when you are having breakfast with your family. All interaction between people is based on psychology. Being aware of this might help you to increase your locus of control and live a happier life.
I believe that this website will write down what psychology is with the use of normal (easy) languages skipping the difficult and complicated terms. If you have questions than please use the comments to comment on the articles. I will be happy to answer any additional questions you have.
Site Founder: Alexander
Welcome to What is Psychology.net. My name is Alexander and I am a Psychologist living in the Netherlands, Amsterdam. I like to write about educational topics and that is why I started this website.
I studied at the University of Amsterdam and I finished my Psychology degree in 2006. My Minor was was Clinical Psychology and my Major was Neuropsychology which makes me a Clinical-NeuroPsychologist.
I have worked for 4 years as a Psychologist in different settings and I am specialized in working with the Elderly (Dementia and related) and Drugs & Alcohol related addicted people.
Site Manager: Daniel
While running my first website, Personality Club I discovered the fascinating world of psychology. During some research for an article I was working on, I came across What is Psychology and discovered it was for sale.
I’m excited to be able to manage such a useful and interesting website. While I am only an amateur student of psychology, I will continue to provide articles that are informational and easy to digest for the common person.
After all, I’m the perfect target audience! I am fascinated by the human mind, behavior, relationships and the study of different disorders that can affect us all.
The content on this website is only intended for educational purposes and should never be used to diagnose yourself or someone else. If you believe there might be something wrong with you then you should always consult your psychiatrist or physician.