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The Psychology of Sexualities Section

The Psychology of Sexualities Section

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The Psychology of Sexualities Section of the British Psychological Society aims to provide an integrative forum for those involved in research, teaching and applied work in the United Kingdom. The Section aims to serve members whose work is relevant to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender issues. The section is strongly committed to developing non-heterosexist and gender-inclusive forms of research, theory and clinical practice in British psychology.

The Section represents psychologists who work in all of the disciplines' sub-areas including clinical psychology, community psychology, counselling psychology, critical psychology, developmental psychology, experimental psychology, health psychology, history of psychology, the psychology of women, and social psychology. The Section publishes The Psychology of Sexualities Review. If you are not a member and would like to submit an article please click here for more information.

 

Membership

Membership rates for the section are as follows:

Regular member: £10 per year
Student member: £5 per year 

How to join

Only members of the British Psychological Society can join the Psychology of Sexualities Section. Members of the Section receive all issues of the Psychology of Sexualities Review as a benefit of membership.

Non-members may also subscribe to the Psychology of Sexualities Review and join the Psychology of Sexualities 'Section Chat'.

To apply to join the Psychology of Sexualities Section of the British Psychological Society please send a membership application form to 

British Psychological Society
PO Box 87
Oakengates DO
TF3 3WT 

Section Chat

The 'Section Chat' allows for the dissemination of information about conferences, publications, and other scholarly outlets, and the exchange of research and clinical ideas between individuals with related interests. This information is exhanged over an email forum thus allowing you to send and receive all the latest posts directly from/to your inbox.

To join, please contact Kristoff Bonello. 

 

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