MoU Partners

The Society regularly liaises with local, national, regional and international structures to facilitate professional development and the exchange of ideas that underpin the discipline.

The Society regularly liaises with local, national, regional and international structures to facilitate professional development and the exchange of ideas that underpin the discipline. PsySSA has strong links with the International Union of Psychological Science (IUPsyS). PsySSA is a member of the International Test Commission (ITC), the International Network on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual Concerns and Transgender Issues in Psychology (IPsyNET). PsySSA also have good working relations with various other international, regional and national psychology bodies.

The Society has signed Memoranda of Understanding with:

2017
2016
  • Colombian College of Psychologists (COLPSIC)
  • Korean Psychology Association (KPA)
2015
The Lebanese Psychological Association (LPA) (http://www.lpalebanon.org)
2014
  • Psychological Society of Kenya (PsySKE)
  • Psychology Association of Zambia (PAZ) (http://paz.co.zm)
  • The Uganda National Association of Psychologists (UNPA)
  • The Cameroon Association of Psychologists (CAAP)
2013
  • Ghana Psychological Association (GPA) (http://ghanapsych.org/constitution.html)
  • Nigerian Psychological Association (NPA) (http://npa.org.ng)
  • Botswana Association of Psychologists (BAPsy)
  • Malaysian Psychological Association (PSIMA)
  • Indonesian Psychology Association (IPA)
  • Psychological Association of the Philippines (PAP) (http://www.pap.org.ph)
2011
  • Psychological Association of Mozambique (PAM) (http://www.cpmb.ca)
  • The Japanese Psychological Association (JPA) (http://www.psych.or.jp/english/)
2009
  • Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) (http://www.cpa.ca)
  • Bulgarian Psychological Society (BPS) (http://www.psychology-bg.org)
  • Russian Psychological Society (RPS) (http://www.psyrus.ru/en/)
2008
  • Psychological Society of Ireland (PSI) (http://www.psihq.ie)
  • Swedish Psychological Association (SPA) (http://www.saco.se/en/english/affiliated-associations/swedish-psychological-association/)
  • Chinese Psychological Society (CPS) (http://www.cpsbeijing.org/en/)
2007
  • Union Psychologists’ Associations of Czech Republic (UPA) (http://www.upacr.cz)
  • Jordanian of Psychological Association (JPA) (http://jpajo.org)
  • National Academy of Psychology- India (NaoP-India) (http://www.naopindia.org)
  • Psychological Association of Namibia (PAN) (http://www.psychologynamibia.org)
2004
  • The Australian Psychological Society (APS) (https://www.psychology.org.au)
  • Zimbabwe Psychological Association (ZPA) (http://www.zpazim.org)
2003
  • The Norwegian Psychological Association (NPA) (http://www.psykologforeningen.no/pf/Foreningen/English)
2001
  • British Psychological Society (BPS) (http://www.bps.org.uk)
1998
  • American Psychological Association (APA) (http://www.apa.org/)
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