You spelled "psychology" wrong...
Well, I did if you're talking about this:
The scientific study of the nature, functioning, and development of the human mind, including the faculties of reason, emotion, perception, communication, etc.; the branch of science that deals with the (human or animal) mind as an entity and in its relationship to the body and to the environmental or social context, based on observation of the behaviour of individuals or groups of individuals in particular (ordinary or experimentally controlled) circumstances.
"psychology, n." OED Online. Oxford University Press, March 2014. Web. 30 May 2014.
But that's not what this website is talking about. It's talking about Psyck-ology. Because, you see, my last name is Psyck.
Yes, that's really my last name. It's on my drivers license, my business cards, and my marriage license. (Yep, that's right, I kept this name when I got married.) And before you make a joke about it, I guarantee that I've heard it before. Growing up having a last name like Psyck was a burden, but as I've gotten older, I see the silver lining. I can't tell you how many people have said "That's so cool!" or started conversations after asking how to pronounce it or where it's from. I still sometimes think there's a burden to having such an unusual name, but it's no longer wishing I had something more normal. It's reminding myself that when someone thinks it's the coolest name ever, they're experiencing it for the first time. (While I'm hearing it for the millionth time.)