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Welcome to the Society! 
GPS focuses on Research, Teaching, and the Science of Psychology
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            The Georgia Psychological Society© was organized to promote the science of psychology for South Georgia and adjacent regions. Following the philosophy of the Association for Psychological Science, GPS intends to freely share research findings and psychological expertise with the general public and our communities.

Our goals for the GPS conference include giving students and faculty a local outlet to present their research and learn about the research of our colleagues. This also gives students the opportunity to attend a research conference and gain recognition for the research that they may present.

2014 Conference Information
GPS 2014 Conference Program (updated)

The GPS conference will be held at
College of Coastal Georgia in Brunswick, GA
April 5, 2014

Registration: $30 for faculty/professionals; $20 for students (grad and undergraduate).

2014 Registration Form (pdf)

2014 Registration Form (Word)

Mail Early Registration to:

Georgia Psychological Society
c/o Department of Psychology and Counseling
Valdosta State University
Valdosta, GA 31698-0100

Submission deadline for proposals is March 15, 2014

Call for papers flier 2014

Directions to College of Coastal Georgia

Submission Instructions for paper and poster proposals

The 2013 GPS Conference was held at Clayton State University in Morrow, GA, USA on March 30,2013

Here is the Conference Program Listings 2013

GPS 2013

Our professional publication, Southeastern Journal of Psychology will be published annually electronically for the widest circulation and impact. In addition, we will have a conference once a year where members will be invited to share their research, teaching and professional experiences. We hope that you are interested in joining our society and contribute to our learning and developing profession
Ψ Georgia Psychological Society Ψ