Psychological Association of the Philippines
Philippines Social Science Center, Room 210
Commonwealth Avenue, Diliman
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A Fellow of the Psychological Association of the Philippines is an individual whose occupation and professional activities are primarily in the advancement of psychology as a science and as a profession. The individual must have a Ph.D. in psychology from a recognized institution, or a master's degree in psychology from a recognized institution, publications in recognized journals, and demonstrated professional competence. Associates must have a master's degree in psychology, or a bachelor's degree in psychology and at least four years of acceptable professional experience as a psychologist. Affiliates are graduate students of psychology or professionals from other allied disciplines who have done work in psychology.
The purposes of the Psychological Association of the Philippines are (1) to promote professional excellence in the research, teaching, and practice of psychology as a science, (2) to advance the practice of psychology as a scientifically oriented profession, (3) to promote human development and nation-building, and (4) to co-operate with other scientists to help understand and solve problems of mutual concern. There are 1471 members of the Psychological Association of the Philippines at present.