Writer’s Digest’s Digest has announced a new online course that will help writers learn about the psychology of writing and the writing process.
Writer’s Eye is a series of interactive online courses designed to help writers better understand and develop their writing skills, said author and psychologist Dr. Jennifer K. Williams, Ph.
Writer’s Eye courses are aimed at the intermediate and advanced reader, focusing on:Writing, Psychology, Writing Styles, and Writing Processes.
Topics covered include:The Psychology of Writing, writing practice,Writing in general,Writing style,writing tests,writing methods,writing style,psychological research,psychology,psychotic symptoms,writing in general and psychology.
Writer S.T.A.R.T., or Writing Theory of Attention, is a major component of the courses, which will cover the psychological theories behind the writing processes.
The courses are available for free through Writer’s Vision and will be offered at different stages of their development.
The new course, which is scheduled to begin on Jan. 12, will include three videos, one for each of the three topics covered by the course.
It will include readings from Dr. Williams’ book, The Writing Process and Psychology of the Writer, as well as from two additional videos from Drs.
Scott Campbell and Elizabeth A. Schaffer.
Each video will have the author talking about a different aspect of writing, and the reader can then try to answer the questions asked in the video.
In addition, the videos will have links to previous posts on Writer’sEye and other online resources.
The classes will cover topics such as:Writing Styles, Psychology of The Writing, Writing Practice, Writing Methods, Writing Style,writing skills,psychologies,writing theory of attention,psychiatry,psychotics,writing,psychologists and writing.
The videos will also have links that will give you some basic ideas about the different writing styles.
Writer S.M.I.L.Y.E.E., or Writer M.I