Psychology and UX design.
Psychology is an integral part of UX design. Understanding how people interact with a product and how their decisions can be influenced or manipulated are topics that should be addressed by UX designers. Design psychology is a combination of neuroscience, cognitive psychology, social psychology, and human-computer interaction that approaches UX design through the lens of human behaviour.⠀
The UX field is relatively new, and being a UX designer is not only about creating user-friendly products but educating people about the importance of UX design. Thanks to a small group of people, the design has evolved from a primitive decoration to a major part of product development.