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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Asked Nov 25, 2012
It makes a lot of sense. Sigmund Freud didn't do too bad at combining his writing skills with his understanding of human behavior.
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.
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:
Answered Dec 05, 2017

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