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American Psychological Association : The American Psychological Association is the largest scientific and professional organization representing psychology in the United States. APA is the world's largest association of psychologists, with more than 134,000 researchers, educators, clinicians, consultants and students as its members.
  • American Psychology-Law Society : Division 41 (American Psychology-Law Society) promotes the contributions of psychology to the understanding of law and legal institutions, the education of psychologists in legal matters and law personnel in psychological matters, and the application of psychology in the legal system.
  • Clinical Neuropsychology : Division 40 (Society for Clinical Neuropsychology) provides a scientific and professional forum for individuals interested in the study of the relationships between the brain and human behavior. It promotes interdisciplinary interaction among various interest areas including physiological cognitive, developmental, clinical rehabilitation, school, forensic and health psychology. 
  • Family Psychology : Division 43 (The Society for Family Psychology) provides a home for psychologists interested in families in their many forms. Clinical, scientific, educational and public policy perspectives are well represented in the wide range of divisional activities.
  • Health Psychology : Division 38 (Health Psychology) seeks to advance contributions of psychology to the understanding of health and illness through basic and clinical research, education and service activities and encourages the integration of biomedical information about health and illness with current psychological knowledge. The division has a nursing and health group and special interest groups in aging, women, and minority health issues.
  • Psychology of Religion : Division 36 (Society for the Psychology of Religion and Spirituality) promotes the application of psychological research methods and interpretive frameworks to diverse forms of religion and spirituality; encourages the incorporation of the results of such work into clinical and other applied settings; and fosters constructive dialogue and interchange between psychological study and practice on the one hand and between religious perspectives and institutions on the other.
  • Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent : The purpose of Division 53 (Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology) is to encourage the development and advancement of clinical child and adolescent psychology through integration of its scientific and professional aspects. The division promotes scientific inquiry, training, professional practice, and public policy in clinical child and adolescent psychology as a means of improving the welfare and mental health of children, youth, and families.
  • Society for Clinical Psychology : Division 12 (Society of Clinical Psychology) includes APA members who are active in practice, research, teaching, administration, and/or study in the field of clinical psychology are invited to join the division.
Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies : The Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies is a multidisciplinary organization committed to the advancement of scientific approaches to the understanding and improvement of human functioning through the investigation and application of behavioral, cognitive, and other evidence-based principles to the assessment, prevention, treatment of human problems, and the enhancement of health and well-being.

Association for Psychological Science
: APS is the premiere international organization solely dedicated to the advancement of psychological science. APS works diligently to increase support for psychological research and to promote the use of science-based psychology in the development of public policy.

CUDCP: Information on Offers of Admission, Acceptance, and Deadlines.

CUDCP Fact Sheet

Society for Research in Child Development
: Since its inception in 1933, the Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) has been committed to the application of findings of research on children. The dual principles of the Society are to foster research on child development from the perspectives of all the relevant disciplines and encourage the implementation of findings for the betterment of society's children and families.


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