Professional Development

The Society makes a number of awards available each year to recognise excellence in research, practice teaching and educa
What are the benefits of being on the Register of Applied Psychology Practice Supervisors (RAPPS)? Being on the Register confirms that you have supervisory skills.
Looking for a supervisor? The Register of Applied Psychology Practice Supervisors (RAPPS) is designed to recognise psychologists with special expertise in supervision.
Chartered Psychologist status is the benchmark of professional recognition for psychologists and reflects the highest standards of psychological knowledge and expertise. If a professional is chartered it is a mark of experience, competence
The Society is able to confer the designation of Chartered Scientist on behalf of the Science Council. Chartered Scientist status reflects best practice in science and is viewed as a significant
A Fellowship is recognition of significant contribution to the advancement or communication of psychological knowledge or practice either by research, teaching, publications or public service, or by organising and developing the work of others.
The title, Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society (AFBPsS) is awarded in recognition of several years' experience and contribution to the field of psychology. Eligibility You may apply for this title if you have sati
The Society runs an annual public engagement grant scheme. Through these grants we aim to help members promote the relevance of evidence-based psychology to wider audiences either through direct work or by organising interesting and releva
The intelligence of a nation's people can play a considerable role in its economic strength, it has been found.
We trawl the world's journals so you don't have to...
Psychologists investigating the well-being of patients with an acquired brain injury (ABI) have documented a curious phenomenon, whereby the more serious a person's brain injury, the higher their self-reported life-satisfaction.
Eye-catching studies that didn't make the final cut...
Raising healthy children (Child Development).
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