British Psychological Society
The British Psychological Society (BPS), founded in 1901 as the Psychological Society and renamed in 1906, is a learned society that "promotes excellence and ethical practice in the science, education and practical applications of psychology."
- BPS is listed one of the funders of the Science Media Centre (since 2012). BPS also welcomed SMC's recommendations (made on 05 Dec 2011) to their submission to the Leveson Inquiry (on 05 Dec 2011).
- - BPS, Psychology in the political world, undated.
- - BPS, Society evidence to the Leveson Inquiry, 22 Dec 2011.
- - BPS, Psychology and the Leveson Inquiry, 20 Nov 2012.
- 30 Tabernacle STreet
- London EC2A 4UE
- Tel: +44 (0) 207 330 0890
- E-mail: london AT bps.org.uk
- Website: http://www.bps.org.uk/
- BPS, The BPS, accessed 18 Oct 2013.
- SMC, SMC Funding August 2012, Géminis Papeles de Salud website, accessed 18 Oct 2013.
- BPS, The Leveson Inquiry: Culture, practice and ethics of the press, Dec 2011, accessed 18 Oct 2013.
- BPS, Psychology's influence in the political world, 15 Feb 2012, accessed 18 Oct 2013.
- Register 1st December 2014 - 28th February 2015 APPC, accessed 24 March 2015