Psychsoft Consulting has an experienced staff to help with all your Massachusetts IT, networking, upgrading, migrating and computer needs. And we were recently selected by Amazon.com as the exclusive provider of IT and Computer Services in Massachusetts to its customers, so you know we have a reputation for outstanding service. Based in Quincy on the South Shore of Massachusetts since 1987, Psychsoft has a strong Massachusetts presence and we've grown up with the IT industry. So we're an IT Computer consulting firm ready to help you. We may have smarts and advanced college degrees, but we're just regular folks. People who believe in doing our very best for the folks who trust us to solve their problems.
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initial contact by phone or email. get to know the person, company and problems and concerns faced. come up with solutions
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Dr. Tim Lynch, President of Psychsoftpc, received his Ph.D. in Psychology of Computers and Intelligent Machines from Boston University. Shortly thereafter, Omni Magazine named him the first Robopsychologist or Computer Psychologist. He was then written up as a computer psychologist, or psychologist who studies how computer interaction effects personality and how to make computer interfaces more user friendly, in the Wall Street Journal, Psychology Today, the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Atlanta Journal and Constitution, the London Sunday Times, Computer World, and many other publications. As part of his Doctoral Dissertation on the Effects of Computer Use on Personality and Social Interaction Patterns, he created Artificial Intelligence Natural Language software which was the basis of programs used by NIH division of AIDS Research and the United Nations, among others. Dr. Lynch was an editor for the first Journal of Psychology of Computers. He taught graduate level courses and has written numerous journal articles on Ethics in computer science, Psychology of computers and how interacting with computers and intelligent machines effects people. He consulted on technology in the classroom and helped develop the plan for the 21st Century Classroom for the US Department of Education and was a grants reader for DOE on technology implementation in the classroom. Dr Tim Lynch is the recipient of the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award by Marquis Who's Who and has been endorsed by Marquis Who's Who as a leader in Technology, Artificial Intelligence, Computer Psychology and High Performance Computing.