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The Russian Psychological Society

Member of European Federation of Psychologists' Associations (EFPA)
and International Union of Psychological Science (IUPSyS)

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International cooperation

International Cooperation

Russian Psychological Society cooperates with many international organizations.

EFPA is the leading Federation of National Psychology Associations. It provides a forum for European cooperation in a wide range of fields of academic training, psychology practice and research.There are 36 member associations of EFPA representing about 300,000 psychologists. The member organizations of EFPA are concerned with promoting and improving psychology as a profession and as a discipline, particularly, though not exclusively, in applied settings and with emphasis on the training and research associated with such practice.The psychologists in the member associations include practitioners as well as academic and research psychologists.The Federation has as one of its goals the integration of practice with research and the promotion of an integrated discipline of psychology.

www.efpa.eu


The International Union of Psychological Science (UNESCO) represents around one million psychologists worldwide. It is composed of 82 National Members and 17 affiliate or special liaison organizations. Organization dedicated to the development, representation and advancement of psychology as a basic and applied science.

www.iupsys.net

The American Psychological Association is the leading scientific and professional organization representing psychology in the United States, with more than 115,700 researchers, educators, clinicians, consultants and students as its members.

www.apa.org

The British Psychological Society is the representative body for psychology and psychologists in the UK.

www.bps.org.uk

The Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) is the primary organization representing psychologists throughout Canada. It was organized in 1939 and incorporated under the Canada Corporations Act, Part II, in May 1950.

www.cpa.ca

Consejo General de Psicologia de Espana

www.cop.es

CYPSA is the Cyprus professional and scientific Psychological Association. It is an association that looks after the interests of all psychologists and protects and promotes the psychological science.

www.cypsa.org.cy

Kazakh Psychological Society

Sociedad Cubana de Psicología

cubapsi.blogia.com

The Japanese Psychological Association (JPA) was founded as an academic organization on April 7, 1927. As the oldest national psychological association in Japan, we have contributed to the development of Japanese psychological activities through a membership base that includes both academic researchers and professional practitioners.

http://www.psych.or.jp/english/

PsySSA was formed in January 1994, uniting the various bodies that existed until then. PsySSA was structured as a transformed entity to deal with the fast-changing dispensation and speaks authoritatively on behalf of the discipline on matters concerning the mental health and psychosocial well being of all South Africans. PsySSA has since its inception been dedicated to making a significant contribution to solving the pressing human development problems in South Africa. PsySSA has dedicated its work to the reconstruction and development of post-apartheid South African society. The Society is also involved in ongoing negotiations with government, other legislative bodies, and the private and civil society sectors to contribute to issues affecting South Africa’s rapidly changing environment.

www.psyssa.com


Turkish Psychologists Association (TPD) is a professional organisation established in 1996. TPD provides psychological rehabilitation and support programs to the communities affected by natural disasters and other traumatic events. The association also organises workshops aimed at the profession; focusing on the needs of children and women affected by violence, disabled persons and their families, and marginalised populations.

www.psikolog.org.tr