BPS Conferences

Welcome... ... to the 2012 British Psychological Society Annual Conference website.
This year's conference will be held from 5-7 September 2012 at Strathclyde University in Glasgo
The Future of Clinical Psychology: BPS, HPC, IAPT - Where do we fit? Programme Conference programme available to download.
Welcome to DCP Annual Conference 2012 website “Wellbeing and Distress: Clinical Psychology from Cradle to Grave”
"Changing Social Psychology? Theory and Research in a Transforming World" Welcome to the Social Psychology Section Annual Conference 2012 Website. Keynote Speakers This year's Keynote Speakers are:
'Beyond Boxes and Arrows: Making a difference to Health' Confirmed Keynote Speakers Professor Karen Glanz, Uni
The Wide Horizons: Counselling Psychology in Society The Division is pleased to announce their 2012 conference at the Mercure Leicester City Hotel.
The Student Conference has joined the Society's Annual Conference. The Student Conference will be taking place on Wednesday 18th April 2012.
Exchange research, learn about latest developments, engage with peers, meet with old colleagues, develop your skills and network at social events
Meet and network with a range of professionals who are interested in sustainability in the workplace; changing attitudes and behaviour of both employees and consumers
The Inaugural Conference will take place as a part of the Society's Annual Conference 2012.
In 2012, in the spirit of the Olympics, the Qualitative Methods in Psychology Section are coming together with the main Society Annual Conference and other member networks to share ideas and expertise, to facilitate collaboration an
This years conference will be taking place at the Crowne Plaza, Chester.
Motivation and Resilience in Education This years annual conference is to be held at the Preston Marriott Hotel conveniently located on the
‘Future Priorities’ – The annual conference for Educational Psychologists in Scotland
Designed to inspire A level, pre-tertiary and 1st year undergraduate psychology students.
Psychology4Students: Designed to inspire A Level, pre-tertiary and 1st year undergraduate psychology students.
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