Chinese Psychological Association
Address: Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences,
10A Datun Road,
De Wai P.O. Box 1603,
Beijing 100101 China
Website: http://www.cpsbeijing.org/ (in Chinese)
Phone: 86 10 6485 5830 or 86 10 6488 8946
Fax: 86 10 6485 5830
The Chinese Psychological Society (3,200 members in 2007) was founded in 1921. It is an organization of Chinese psychologists, a member of, and funded by the Chinese Association of Science and Technology. Qualifications of membership are:
- a psychologist possessing a level equivalent to M.A. or M.S. degree
- a graduate of a department of psychology or section in a university and has more than three years of work experience in psychology;
- a non-graduate of a department of psychology but equivalent to the above level and with considerable work experience in psychology.
The aim of the Chinese Psychological Society is to unite psychologists throughout the country, to develop academic activities, and to promote research and exchange, in order to accelerate the development of psychological science, so as to contribute to China's social development.
Research seminars and inter-disciplinary workshops are organized by the Chinese Psychological Society. Two scientific journals, Acta Psychologica Sinica and Psychological Science, are published under the auspices of the Chinese Psychological Society.