The study of the domain of epistemology
as it relates to or overlaps with psychology
While epistemology can be said to study questions relating to how or if we perceive "reality
", psycho-epistemology would focus on how human psychology processes or manages perception
. Phenomena such as concept-formation
, and habitual mental activities
are in the domain of psycho-epistemology.
Epistemology could be described as studying the interface
of reality with the mind; psycho-epistemology would study what is done with the "reality" internally thereafter, and how these processes influence further perception.
Present notably in the philosophy of Objectivism
, probably predating that.