||This is a quiz for any one who wants to become a certified professional (specialist) in Psychology. There is a separate test for “Psychology” as an academic test. A psychologist is a professional who practices psychology and studies normal and abnormal mental states, perceptual, cognitive, emotional, and social processes and behavior by experimenting with, and observing, interpreting, and recording how individuals relate to one another and to their environments. Psychologists usually acquire a four-year bachelor-s degree with honors in psychology, followed by a master-s degree or doctorate in psychology. Unlike psychiatrists, psychologists usually cannot prescribe medication, although in some jurisdictions psychologists do have prescription privileges. Psychologists receive extensive training in psychological test administration, scoring, interpretation, and reporting, while psychiatrists are not trained in psychological testing. Psychologists can work with a range of institutions and people, such as schools, prisons, in a private clinic, in a workplace, or with a sports team.