These good websites are funded by organizations and have information directly from psychologists, who have obtained higher education degrees. The better websites have information from more than one psychologists to garner different perspectives. The bad websites incorporate pseudoscience and explain healing outside of the context of psychology. The bad websites were significantly less informative than the list of good websites that I listed. The good websites contained links to different types of psychology, such as behavioral, cognitive, counseling, etc. I was impressed by how informative the good websites were collectively. They communicated the general principles of psychology while also getting down to the specific details.