Psychology students leave university with an impressive skill set which includes scientific analysis, critical thinking, problem-solving and reflectiveness about their own attitudes and behaviour and the attitudes and behaviours of others, which makes them particularly effective in areas related to ethical behaviour, dignity and respect. Psychology, along with every other discipline, will be unpicking for some time what it means to be a graduate and what skills, knowledge and abilities are needed for the future. Cyberpsychology is the study of the human mind and behaviour in the internet and cyberspace, specifically how technology impacts the ways in which people think and behave. Normally a branch of occupational psychology, engineering psychologists apply their expertise in the study of how humans interact with technology and machines. The concrete focus on knowledge development and critical thinking in a psychology degree means that students will thrive best when the jobs they eventually obtain are intellectually challenging.