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David Webb. Owner, Writer & Host of All-About-Psychology.Com

David Webb BSc (Hons), MSc


(Owner, writer & host of All-About-Psychology.Com)



Many thanks for visiting my psychology website. My name is David Webb and I have a first class honors degree in psychology and a Masters in Occupational Psychology. For a number of years, I was a lecturer in psychology at the University of Huddersfield (UK). 


A published author, I wrote The Psychology Student Guide in 2012 and The Incredibly Interesting Psychology Book in 2013, both of which are international #1 bestsellers. My latest book, On This Day in Psychology was published in March 2015.


A passionate promoter of psychology through social media, over 850,000 people like my psychology Facebook page and I'm featured on the British Psychological Society list of the 100 most followed psychologists and neuroscientists on Twitter.


I really hope you find the All About Psychology website a useful resource. I've been building it for over 8 years now, so there's lots of material for you to explore. 



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"Working with David is a pleasure. He is professional, creative, and conscientious. If you're looking to reach students of psychology in the academic arena, David will be able to connect you. He has a large and loyal social media following, and engages his fans in conversations on a daily basis." (Dr. Shannon Kolakowski) 


"David Webb is a gem for anyone interested in promoting the science of psychology. He comes with a ready made audience of nearly a million people specifically interested in this topic. Most importantly, David is not a salesman; he cares deeply about psychology and curates excellent content on the topic." (Dr. Robert Biswas-Diener) 


"David Webb is a rare bird indeed. He has a deep understanding of human behavior and psychological science, and he is also a keen translator who values plain language and wit. He knows the marketplace of ideas, and perhaps more than anyone has tapped into its potential" (Wray Herbert, writer-in-residence for the Association for Psychological Science.)



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My Other Educational Websites



The All About Website Collection


See following links to visit the other websites built around my teaching and research interests.


Forensic Psychology


Forensic Science


Body Language



Psychology Symbol Shadow


Thanks again for stopping by. The picture above is of me and my two sons Luca and Paolo. It was taken a few years ago and although I didn't realize it as the time, the shadows we created look very much like the universal symbol for psychology. If you would like to learn about the origins of the psychology symbol you can do so via the following link.


Psychology Symbol


Recent Articles

  1. Neurasthenia: Today in the History of Psychology (29th April 1869)

    Apr 29, 17 10:00 AM




    The first published account of 'neurasthenia' appeared in the Boston Medical and Surgical Journal in an article by George Miller Beard titled 'Neurasthenia, or nervous exhaustion'. This 'new' neurotic…

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  2. Ivan Pavlov: Today in the History of Psychology (28th April 1903)

    Apr 28, 17 10:00 AM




    At the 14th International Medical Congress held in Madrid, Ivan Pavlov presented a paper titled 'Experimental Psychology and Psychopathology of Animals.' A true landmark in the history of psychology…

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  3. Herbert Spencer: Today in the History of Psychology (27th April 1820)

    Apr 27, 17 10:00 AM




    Herbert Spencer was born. A great thinker of his time and a true polymath, Spencer wrote widely on a range of topics including psychology. In 1855 he published 'Principles of Psychology,' a seminal te…

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