|About||The British Psychological Society|
The Society and its members develop, promote and apply psychology for the public good.
We enhance the efficiency and usefulness of psychologists by setting high standards of professional education and knowledge. We cover all areas of psychological research and practice.
We do this by:
Providing a Directory of Chartered Psychologists
Providing information to the public
Ensuring high standards of education, training and practice
Increasing the awareness and influence of psychology
Supporting our members’ professional development
Providing conferences and events
Setting standards in psychological testing
Maintaining and developing the History of Psychology Centre
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|Description||The British Psychological Society is the representative body for psychology and psychologists in the UK. The Society was formed in 1901 and has more than 45,000 members. Through its Royal Charter, the Society is charged with overseeing psychology and psychologists. It has responsibility for the development, promotion and application of pure and applied psychology for the public good.|