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Flagship Society events

The Society's Annual Conference attracts academics, researchers and practitioners from around the world. As well as top keynote speakers, presentations on recent research, this event includes the Society's Award Ceremony and a competition for the best poster presentation.

The 2017 Annual Conference will take place from 3-5 May in Brighton. Visit the conference website for more information.


Designed to inspire A level, pre-tertiary and first year undergraduate psychology students, the Society holds two events each year to ensure audiences throughout the UK have the opportunity to attend.

The 2016 psychology 4 students events will take place on 17 November in Sheffield and 29 November in London. Visit the event website for more information.


The event has been designed to highlight the career opportunities available to psychology graduates, with a focus on the routes to becoming a Chartered Psychologist, in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.

There are fascinating talks from renowned psychologists who discuss their careers and give insights in to what postgraduate study in psychology involves. Plus in our interactive break sessions, or ‘meet and mingle’, you will have an opportunity to meet established psychologists from all of the applied areas, giving a unique chance to get your questions answered.

The 2016 psychology 4 graduates event will take place on 30 November in London. Visit the event website for more information.

’Stories of Psychology’ is an annual one-day symposium organised by the History of Psychology Centre and held in London in October. Each year a different theme is chosen; previous themes have included 'Psychology and the Arts', and 'War and its Legacy’. Taking a generally cross-disciplinary focus, with speakers from a variety of backgrounds, the day is designed to have general appeal as well as academic validity for historians of psychology.

The date for the 2016 symposium is Thursday 6 October at the Chancellor's Hall, Senate House, University of London.

Visit the event webpage for more information.


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