Psychological survey is a type of research method used to gather information about individuals' thoughts, feelings, beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors. Surveys can be conducted in various ways, such as online, by phone, or in person. They are often used to study a wide range of topics, including attitudes, opinions, behaviors, and demographics. Surveys can be administered to a large sample of people, allowing researchers to generalize their findings to a larger population. Surveys are a useful tool for collecting data quickly and efficiently, and they can provide valuable insights into human behavior and cognition. However, it is important to carefully design and administer surveys to ensure that the data collected is reliable and accurate.