Dual membership

Dual Membership

APA and the APA Practice Organization are transforming into a broad-based advocacy organization that can represent psychology without the limitations of a charitable non-profit.

10 Ways to Save for Holidays

10 Ways to Start Saving Money for the Holidays Now

If you want to get through the holidays this year without any stress, you’re going to need to prepare.

Panel Discusses Nation’s Decline in Civil Discourse

Panel Discusses Nation’s Decline in Civil Discourse

American Psychological Association and the National Institute for Civil Discourse, cohost a talk on the decline in civility and mutual respect in the public discourse.

Supercharge Your Online Professional Presence

Webinar Series: Supercharge Your Online Professional Presence

For psychologists who are new to the field, just starting a business or looking to enhance their existing online personas.

 


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Monitor on Psychology

APA’s exclusive membership magazine featuring news and trends in psychology. A must-read for psychology educators, scientists and practitioners.



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American Professional Agency

New Insurance Benefit

Professional liability insurance and risk management services through American Professional Agency are available to members at a discount.


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Taking Psychology to the People

APA member Guy Winch, PhD, wants to share effective strategies for managing common, painful conditions like loneliness, rejection, failure and heartbreak with as many people he can reach.

A New York City-based clinical psychologist, author, Psychology Today blogger and popular keynote speaker with two main-stage TED talks under his belt, Winch thinks every psychologist should be an evangelist for the "necessary science" they practice.

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Technology, Mind and Society


Assessing current efforts to understand and shape the interactions of human beings and technology.


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Watch keynote presentations from TMS 2018

Cynthia Breazeal

Social Robotics and Human Behavior

Cynthia Breazeal

Assessing social robots over repeated encounters with people in real world environments such as the home, schools, or hospitals.

Alex Pentland

Social Physics Quantitative Modeling and Shaping of Behavior by Social Context

Alex Pentland

Digital breadcrumbs allow human behavior to be examined even in complex natural environments.

Justine Cassell

Models and Implementations of Social Skills in Virtual Humans

Justine Cassell

A computational sociocultural approach to the study of intrinsically dyadic states such as rapport, friendship, intimacy, interpersonal closeness.

Eric Horvitz

Intention, Cognition, and Collaboration: In Pursuit of Interaction Futures

Eric Horvitz

Leveraging advances in machine intelligence to develop systems that can support competent and fluid human–computer collaboration.

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Link to your peers and expand your network on the newly-enhanced APA Membership Directory.

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Why I'm an APA Member

Kristin Weber, Student Affiliate
Membership in APA is important to me as a clinician. Access to the latest research is essential for clinical practice. Not only does APA offer resources to enhance clinical care, they also serve to advocate for the profession and those who struggle with mental health concerns.
—Kristin Weber, Student Affiliate
Sharon Malinowski, Student Affiliate
Since joining APA, I have been given opportunities to be a part of division leadership, advocacy events, professional presentations and mentoring. APA membership has assisted in the development of my professional identity and conceptualization of the discipline of psychology.
—Sharon Malinowski, Student Affiliate

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APA’s 54 divisions are interest groups organized by members. Some represent subdisciplines of psychology (e.g., experimental, social or clinical) while others focus on topical areas such as aging, ethnic minorities or trauma.


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