It Pays to Be A Member of AICPC
The most important benefit of being a member of AICPC is to be linked to a world-wide network of like-minded colleagues with opportunities to develop close cooperation and exchanges in research, teaching and the practice of applied psychology.
Members may, through their participation in the AICPC Divisions, influence the form and content of the international congresses. Border spanning friendships and cooperative partnerships develop through activities in AICPC 's Divisions, among Divisions, and among applied psychologists and colleagues of other cooperating disciplines.
Benefits of Membership
Direct Material Benefits
• AICPC allows members to participate in its AICPC and co-sponsored regional meetings at reduced fees.
• AICPC's main Journals, Review and Applied Psychology: Health & Wellbeing.
• AICPC-Bulletin to members free of charge.
• Additional journals from Wiley are offered to IAAP members at special subscription fees. View the full list.
• AICPC offers 200 free institutional memberships to libraries and departments of psychology from low income countries. A formal request must be sent by the director of the department or the university library to the Secretary General of AICPC, that is, via email here.
10 More Reasons to Join
1. Become a member of the oldest and largest Africa association for applied psychology with individual memberships and participate to make applied psychology stronger in today’s world.
2. Receive two world class journals! APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY: An International Review or APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY: Health and Well-being
3. Receive other journals at a substantial rate decreases, e.g. The European Work and Organizational Psychologist, the International Journal of Human Resource Management, Human Relations.
4. Become a member of an exciting group of international scholars, scientists, and practitioners who are interested in advancing applied psychology, and who want to cooperate with scientists from around the world.
5. Support AICPC’s efforts internationally to help make applied psychology accepted in various countries.
6. Support AICPC’s efforts with international organizations to help them to use psychological knowledge more efficiently.
7. Support cross-fertilization across the subdisciplines of applied psychology.
8. Receive a newsletter free of charge that keeps you knowledgable of new events in other parts of the world.
9. Pay reduced fees for the international congresses that are organized by AICPC, e.g. the International Congress of Applied Psychology scheduled to be held in
10. Pay reduced membership dues for student members and members from low income countries.
Voting Rights of Members
AICPC members in good standing*and new members have full voting rights, may nominate or endorse candidates, may participate actively in decision making in AICPC affairs and activities. Lapsed members and incoming member may do suggestions but do not have voting rights, cannot nominate, cannot endorse, cannot participate actively in decision making.
Nomination Rights of Members
Membership in good standing* for a minimum of two years is a basic requisite to be nominated, to nominate and endorse candidates in election procedures of AICPC. Exceptions to the requisite of full membership in good standing will be an extraordinary matter and must be put forward by the president in office backed by the past president and the president elect. This is an example of the presidential privilege.
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*Members in good standing
AICPC members in good standing are those who appear in the database of members updated by the end of December last year and the database of members of the present year. New members of AICPC are those who appear in the database of members of the present year but not in the database of the previous year. Incoming members of AICPC are those who pay their membership through the registration form of the ICAP because they become members the next year. Lapsed members are those who do not appear in the database of members updated last December and the database of members in the present year, but appear in databases of members by December of two or more years ago.
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