APAGS is the largest group of organized graduate psychology students worldwide. Founded in 1988, APAGS currently represents approximately one-third of all APA members, making it one of the largest constituency groups within the association.
Honor society affiliated with the American Psychological Association and the Association for Psychological Science; member of the Association of College National Honor Societies; functions as a “federation of chapters” located at colleges and universities throughout the U.S., Canada, the Caribbean, Ireland, and New Zealand.
Membership: open to graduate and undergraduate students and faculty meeting eligibility requirements.
The APA is the world’s largest professional society for medical specialists who are psychiatrists providing treatment for persons with mental disorders, intellectual disability, and substance-related disorders.
Promotes the development of research, theory, and intervention strategies in sport psychology and the provision of psychological services in sport and exercise psychology with a focus on three major areas: health and exercise psychology; performance psychology; and social psychology.
National organization whose members “seek to promote, protect, and advance the interests of scientifically-oriented psychology in research, application, teaching, and the improvement of human welfare.”
“World’s largest organization focused on the development of methods of personality assessment, advancement of research on their effectiveness, exchange of ideas about the theory and practice of assessment, and the promotion of the applied practice of personality assessment.”
An organization of medical professionals, social workers, drug & alcohol counselors, marriage and family therapists, and community counselors whose purpose is to “advance psychology as a science in service to Native peoples of the Americas".