If you want to be member of the Economic Psychology Division, you must become the member of the IAAP first!
Membership is excellent value for money and you receive many direct benefits including:
A free print subscription to either Applied Psychology: An International Review (AP:IR), or Applied Psychology: Health and Well-Being (AP:HWB);
Free online access to both IAAP Journals;
The IAAP Bulletin and Division Newsletters;
The ability to participate in IAAP international conferences at reduced rates;
And 20% off many books and personal subscriptions to journals published by Wiley-Blackwell.
To become a member, simply follow the instructions below.
How to join, or renew your membership, online: Below you will find two tables of Dues for IAAP membership (the first for New IAAP Membership, the second for IAAP Membership Renewal.) Please select your membership type from the appropriate table (by clicking on the membership fee) and then complete the order form with your choice of Journal (IAAP membership now includes a free print subscription to either Applied Psychology: An International Review (AP:IR), or Applied Psychology: Health and Well-Being (AP:HWB) - you will automatically receive online access to both IAAP Journals), your choice of Division (no more than two, unless you are a student - students may join the Student Division plus 2 other divisions) and your personal details.
Subsidized Dues: Subsidized dues are intended only for members from Developing Countries who cannot afford the standard, or the reduced, dues. Members from the following countries are not eligible for subsidized dues: Andorra, Australia, Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, Brunei, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Greenland, Hungary, Hong Kong, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kuwait, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkey, United Arab Emirates and USA.
Action 100: For individuals from Developing Countries who would like to become IAAP members but cannot afford to pay the subsidized dues, IAAP offers exemption on request to up to 100 applicants. For further information, please contact the Secretary General: Janel.Gauthier@psy.ulaval.ca
New from January 2009! Discounted rate for SIOP and EAWOP members. Please see the tables below.
Please select the appropriate link from the table below to subscribe/renew.
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To subscribe to this journal or renew your current subscription, select the volume year you require (if you select the current year, we will send you any issues already published). Then select the appropriate price from the table. This will generate an order form. As this web site is secure, you can use this form to pay by credit card. Alternatively you can print a copy of the form, complete it and return it to us with your payment.
International Association of Applied Psychology Membership Subscription UK Rest of World
IAAP membership now includes a free print subscription to either Applied Psychology: An International Review (AP:IR), or Applied Psychology: Health and Well-Being (AP:HWB) – you will automatically receive online access to both IAAP Journals.
The Reduced Annual Dues do not cover operating costs and are intended only for members for whom paying the Standard Dues would be a hardship.
The Subsidized Dues are intended only for members from Developing Countries who cannot afford the standard or the reduced dues. For further details, please see above.
For members from Developing Countries who would like to be members but cannot afford to pay dues, IAAP offers dues exemption on request to up to 100 applicants. To apply, contact the Secretary General by email email@example.com
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