What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files stored on the Internet user’s device when visiting a web page. The website operator determines what type of information said cookie contains and what its purpose is, and it can also be used by the webserver each time you visit said website. Cookies are used to save time and make the web browsing experience much more efficient. However, they can be used for several different purposes ranging from remembering your login information to what your purchase order contains.
There are a large number of guides that explain what cookies are and what they are used for. For our part, we will explain how these cookies affect the PsychoQues website, but in case you need more information about it, take a look at these pages:
PsychoQues will only use the cookies that you let us use. You can control your cookies through your browser. You can find more information about this later. We have used some of the existing guidelines to classify the cookies we use into various groups:
- Performance Cookies
- Functional Cookies
- Marketing Cookies
Below you will find more information about each of these types of cookies.
1. Performance Cookies
These are cookies that collect information about how you use the website (for example, the pages you visit or if an error occurs) and help PsychoQues locate and solve problems on the website. All the information collected therein is anonymous and helps us understand how our site works, making the necessary improvements to facilitate navigation.
2. Functional Cookies
Our purpose with these cookies is to improve the experience of users of PsychoQues. You can reject the use of these cookies at any time. PsychoQues use these cookies to remember certain configuration parameters or to provide certain services or messages that may improve your experience on our site.
These cookies allow you to remember your customer login details when you return to the page. They remember the country or language you have selected when visiting the pages and are not used for marketing purposes.
These cookies will not collect any information about you that can be used for advertising purposes or information about your preferences (such as your user data) beyond that particular visit.
3. Marketing Cookies
Third parties manage these cookies, so you can use their tools to restrict the use of these cookies. Some cookies are used to link to other web pages that provide certain services to advanced psychologists, such as Facebook, Twitter, or Google. Some of these cookies will modify the advertisements of other websites to adapt them to your preferences.