Does it make sense that people who could be writers also have the potential to be psychologists?

This is just a random question. It seems writers think really deeply and have a lot of understanding of feelings and behavior. Or is that just me?


(Also I know there is a difference between philosophy and psychology, but there is no psychology or even social studies category, so...)
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Anonymous User
Asked Nov 25, 2012

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It makes a lot of sense. Sigmund Freud didn't do too bad at combining his writing skills with his understanding of human behavior.
Rob
Answered Nov 25, 2012
Yes provided a writer has good observation skills. If he comes across many people with different characters; he can observe some common traits and identify the mentality of person. This way he becomes wiser enough to apply his skill to identify a persona and human behavior in real life also.
Jessy_parker
Answered Jun 05, 2013
Truly gave an essayist has great perception aptitudes. On the off chance that he goes over many individuals with various characters; he can watch some regular attributes and distinguish the attitude of individual. Along these lines he ends up plainly more sufficiently shrewd to apply his ability to recognize a persona and human conduct, in actuality, too.more info:

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psicologosen
Answered 9 days ago

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