About the Author
Andrew Williams is an experimental psychologist with 20 years of experience conducting interviews in academic, government, and private firms. He was raised in England where he earned a Bachelor of Science in psychology. He immigrated to the US in the 1980s where he earned his Masters in psychology. Andrew’s career is in social science research where he has overseen the administration of interviews to over half a million people, to answer questions such as:
Andrew has written dozens of technical reports, authored journal articles, and regularly presents papers at international conferences. He served as a Guest Researcher at the National Institutes of Mental Health where he was granted an award by the Foundation for Advanced Education in the Sciences for his research on cocaine.
Andrew’s knowledge of psychology also has a very personal element. In 2001, after 17 wonderful years of marriage, Andrew lost his wife and best friend to mental illness. Since that time he has focused on educating others about personality strengths and foibles.
Andrew's expertise and comfortable writing style, enable him to decipher psychological secrets buried in obscure reports and divulge them to readers in a unique and revealing manner. He has examined thousands of research studies and summarized the most interesting to entertain and inform. Andrew lives with his collection of African masks in rural Iowa.
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