Student Member Benefits

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Graduate Student Affiliate and Undergraduate Student Affiliate membership is open to anyone enrolled in a psychology degree program (or a related field) at an accredited institution. Student Affiliates receive the same benefits as regular members, including:

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Access to the Latest Research
APS publications are among the leading resources for information in the field. Graduate Student Affiliates receive annual online and print subscriptions (including online archives) and Undergraduate Student Affiliates receive an annual online subscription to:

A Meeting of the Minds
Student Affiliates receive a substantial discount on registration rates for the APS Annual Convention. The convention is a great opportunity to network, present your research, and meet peers and distinguished researchers in a casual environment.

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APS Student Caucus (APSSC)
The APSSC is a great way for students to be actively involved in the advancement of psychological science. This self-governed body presents student-oriented programming at the Annual Convention, sponsors student grants and awards, runs a Mentorship Program, and more. More >>

Award and Grant Opportunities
The APS Student Caucus offers several competitive awards to APS Student Affiliates, including:

Public Understanding and Advocacy
APS is the premiere international organization solely dedicated to the advancement of psychological science. APS works diligently to increase support for psychological research and to promote the use of science-based psychology in the development of public policy.More >>

APS disseminates meaningful, science-based psychological information to the public. Content from APS journals is often featured in news publications including Scientific American, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal. More >>

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And More ...
That's just the tip of the iceberg. APS Members also receive:

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Still Have Questions?
Contact the APS Membership Department at member@psychologicalscience.org or by telephone at +1 202.293.9300.