The Mathematical, Statistical, & Computing Psychology Section of the British Psychological Society aims to promote the advancement and diffusion of the use of mathematics, statistics and computing in psychology, and to arrange conferences, meetings, lectures and discussions of special interest to psychologists working in the field.
Section members will be participating in the “Psychology Research Day 2016”, which is being organised by the BPS. Taking place at Senate House, University of London, on the 2nd of March, one-to-one clinics on quantitative research methods will be available, as well as general information about the section’s activities.
A copy of the full program is available from here.
How to join
In order to join the Mathematical, Statistical & Computing Psychology Section you must already be a member, affiliate or student subscriber of the British Psychological Society. Click here for details on how to join the British Psychological Society.
Annual membership of the MSCS is currently £10 (£6 for student members).
To join, please login to the BPS website, and post the completed application form to:
British Psychological Society
PO Box 87