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APS divisions bring together key sectors of the APS. The divisions unite members and provide opportunities to influence APS decision making and activities, through division forums and other initiatives.
This Division represents APS members who belong to one or more of the nine colleges of the APS.
This Division has been specifically set up by the APS to give a direct voice to registered members who do not belong to a College (either as a member or associate).
The Division of Psychological Research Education and Training (DPRET) was created in 2013 to give a voice to, and represent the interests of APS members working in academia, research centres, training institutions, and secondary education.