A very warm welcome to the All About Psychology website. My name is David Webb and I am the owner, writer and host of four websites built around my teaching and research interests; including this website which receives over two million visits a year.
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 launched All-About-Psychology.Com in March 2008 in order to help anybody looking for detailed psychology information and resources. Whatever your connection with psychology - student, educator, professional or general interest - I sincerely hope that you find All-About-Psychology.Com a useful and engaging place to visit.
David Webb BSc (Hons), MSc
If you're new to psychology and interested in finding out what it's all about make sure you check out the What is Psychology page. If you're looking for quality information and resources on a particular branch of psychology, head over to the Types of Psychology section of the website.
One of the great things about launching the All About Psychology website is that it has given me the opportunity to interview psychology experts from across a diverse range of subject areas. You can access this great collection of interviews via the following link.
Richard Nisbett, Ph.D., is professor of psychology and Co-Director of the Culture and Cognition Program at the University of Michigan. A world renowned psychologist, Professor Nisbett's primary research interests include the study of reasoning and basic cognitive processes; most notably in relation to induction, statistical reasoning, causal attribution, cost-benefit analysis and logical vs. dialectical approaches to problem-solving.
Among his many professional accolades, Richard Nisbett received the American Psychological Association (APA) Award for Distinguished Scientific Contributions in 1991 and he was elected to the National Academy of Sciences in 2002. You can access the interview with Professor Richard Nisbett via the following link.
See following link to read the most important and influential journal articles ever published in the history of psychology, including contributions from the most eminent psychologists of the 20th century.
See following link for quality information and resources on why we procrastinate and what we can do about it.
See following links to visit the other websites built around my teaching and research interests.
Jun 22, 18 07:49 AM
Read 'On The Psychology and Pathology of So-Called Occult Phenomena' by Carl Jung, in full for free.
Jun 22, 18 07:44 AM
Learn all about the psychology of optical illusions and check out some brilliant optical illusion examples.
Jun 22, 18 07:40 AM
Fascinating Q & A with forensic psychologist Karen Franklin, PhD.