Corporate entry Australian Psychological Society (1966 - )
Carlton, Victoria, Australia
- Association and Society or membership organisation
- Carlton, Victoria
Established in 1966, the Australian Psychological Society succeeded the Australian Branch of the British Psychological Society. The Society had approximately 13000 members in 2002.
From their Web site, May 2002: "As a collective of about 13,000 APS members are a forceful lobby group which maintains contact with government at Federal and State levels. By taking a proactive stance, members within the Society continuously work to draw out the contributions which psychology can make to the understanding of important social issues currently facing Australian society as well as their many policy implications."
Created: 8 May 2002, Last modified: 17 June 2010