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Social Psychology Section
The Social Psychology Section is part of the British Psychological Society (BPS), which is a non-profit-making educational and professional organisation for psychologists in the UK.
The Social Psychology Section was founded in 1953 and is now a thriving community of social psychologists.
As a section of the British Psychological Society (BPS), it receives financial support from the Society and it is represented on major BPS committees and at BPS conferences.
In the current socio-political context of education and research fundings cuts, where disciplines compete for the recognition of their societal and academic value, it is more important than ever that social psychology has a strong and distinctive voice
The Social Psychology Section aims to:
The section is run by an elected committee. We always welcome any additional help from members.
Achieving our Aims
The Social Psychological section aims to meet the objectives through the following activities:
Membership is open to all British Psychological Society members, and costs only £15 per annum (£5 for postgraduate students).
The Section provides a range of member benefts and services, which include:
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