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Let the Psychonomic Society help you connect with more than 3,400 cognitive and experimental from around the world who whose numbers are some of the most distinguished researchers in the field. Many of us are concerned with the application of psychology to health, technology and education, and many of us use converging methods such as neuroscience and computational science to achieve our research goals. Whether you are renewing your membership in PS or joining for the first time, review the membership types below to determine which is best for you.            


Member

2016 Dues: U.S.: $34.65; Outside U.S.: $20.00
Members must have a PhD or equivalent in Psychology or an allied field. Members may submit an abstract to the annual meeting. Generally, these will be scheduled as poster presentations. If a spoke presentation is requested, Members' abstract receive priority after submission of Fellows'. Member applications are processed immediately and at any time throughout the year.

Benefits                                    

  • May submit an abstract to the annual meeting
  • Free online access to the seven Psychonomic Society Journals

 


Fellow

2016 Dues: U.S.: $54.65; Outside U.S.: $40.00
Conferral of fellowship in the Psychonomic Society is an honor that recognizes significant contributions and accomplishments in research in psychological science and closely related fields. Upon recommendation from the membership committee, the governing board of the Psychonomic Society votes on the admittance of each new fellow. Fellows shall be persons who have demonstrated that they are well qualified to conduct and to supervise scientific research in psychology or allied sciences.

To be eligible for consideration, a person must (a) hold the PhD degree or equivalent, (b) have published significant, peer-reviewed research beyond the doctoral dissertation, and (c) be actively involved in independent scientific research in psychology or allied sciences. Typically, a successful candidate will be at least 3 or more year’s post-PhD, and will have at least 6 recent research publications in high-quality refereed journals in addition to publications resulting from the Ph.D. Several of these publications must be first-authored. The successful candidate will demonstrate clear evidence of independent scholarship, active engagement in methodologically rigorous and theoretically interesting high level research, and indications of an imminent national/international reputation for excellence in the psychological sciences.

Twice a year, about March 1 and September 1, applications on hand are sent to the Membership committee for its approval or disapproval. Applicants can ordinarily expect to be informed by the Secretary of the Committee's decision 6-8 weeks later. Those in the spring group who are accepted as members are eligible to give papers at that year's meeting upon payment of that year's dues. Accepted individuals in the fall group do not have time to submit paper applications before the deadline and should consider submitting for the following year's meeting.

Benefits

  • Fellow submissions receive the highest priority for acceptance as spoken presentations
  • Free online access to the six Psychonomic Society Journals
  • You may add FPsyS as an acronym to your e-signature




Student

2016 Dues: U.S.: $15.00; Outside U.S.: $15.00
Student applications are processed immediately and at any time throughout the year.

You will need a letter from your advisor certifying that you are enrolled in a graduate program in psychology or an allied field. The letter can be brief and say something like this: "Janet Smith is enrolled in the Psychology Graduate Program at the University of Puerto Rico." followed by your advisor's signature.

Benefits

  • May submit an abstract to the annual meeting with the sponsorship of a Fellow of the society (generally scheduled as posters)
  • Free online access to the seven Psychonomic Society Journals



Emeritus

2016 Dues: No Dues
Fellows and Members in good standing who have retired may request Emeritus status. Emeritus Members pay no dues but retain the privileges of membership.

Benefits

  • May submit an abstract to the annual meeting
  • Free online access to all seven Psychonomic Society Journals

 

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