The Society

Two Society members have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours, while another has been named in the Foreign and Commonwealth Honours list.
The Society’s Board of Trustees has approved a new Code of Conduct for Members undertaking activities on behalf of the Society. Such is generally regarded as an essential component of good governance
The Ethics Commitee acknowledges that members are using social networking sites to communicate with friends, family, professionals and clients. The Ethics Committee has created a
Professor Uta Frith, Emeritus Professor of Cognitive Development at University College London and Research Foundation Professor at the Faculties of Humanities and Health Sciences, University of Aarhus, Denmark, was made an honorary Dame of the British Empire for services to clinical science in the recent Queen’s Birthday Honours.
The Ethics Committee is delighted to invite members to submit nominations for the Society’s Award for Equality of Opportunity.
The British Psychological Society has responded to the final consultation on the DSM-5 diagnostic framework. You can read our full response on this website.
Dr Peter Banister is the new Society President for 2012-13, following our Annual General Meeting which took place on 15 June 2012.
The Society is one of just 30 charities and campaign groups that have submitted evidence to the Leveson Inquiry so far.
The 13th European Congress of Psychology (ECP 2013) takes place in Stockholm on 9 July 2013 under the auspices of the European Federation of Psychologists’ Associations.
This time a year ago the button was pressed to launch the Society’s redesigned website. 
As part of the Society’s student roadshow campaign to engage with members, we have been visiting universities that run accredited programmes in order to meet with students and staff. 
Canterbury Christ Church University staff and students involved in the classification of athletes with intellectual disabilities for the London 2012 Paralympics are celebrating their triumph at the Podium Awards on 3 May.
The Research Board is responsible for the promotion, advancement and diffusion of a knowledge of psychology pure and applied, and to encou
For the latest vacancies in psychology and opportunities for graduates to fully qualified psychologists, visit the Society’s Psychologist Appointments website.
The Professional Practice Board reports to and advises the Board of Trustees on policy, applied practice, consultation responses and other matters related to the application of psychological science.
The Membership Standards Board (MSB) met three times and considered many proposals and policies in relation to membership standards.
The Committee has been concerned with ensuring that the Society maintains its key function in providing a Code of Ethics and Conduct for its members and in providing authoritative and helpful advice and guidance on ethical matters. 
The Psychology Education Board has been moving forward during 2011 by:
A public engagement grant from the British Psychological Society is helping researchers from the UWE Bristol Centre for Appearance Research
Dr Blake McKimmie from the University of Queensland won the prize for the best poster at the Society’s Annual Conference in London last week.
Thirteen leading psychologists were honoured by the Society yesterday - 19 April 2012 - at an awards ceremony held during the Society’s Annual Conference at the Grand Connaught Rooms, London WC2.
Four eminent psychologists, including Dr Geoff Bunn of BBC Radio 4's A History of the Brain, will present the case for, who they believe to be pioneers of psychological science.
The Society's Annual Conference attracts academics, researchers and practitioners from around the world. As well as top keynote speakers and presentations on recent research, it includes our Award Ceremony and a competition for the best poster presentation.
When attempting to log in the following message appears- 'the membership number or email address is not recognised.' Have you set up an online account?
The Society’s 2012 Annual Conference, our flagship event, takes place at the Grand Connaught Rooms in London from 18 to 20 April. Up to 600 psychologists will attend to hear about the latest research and thinking in psychology.
Syndicate content