Funded by the Research Board of the British Psychological Society, PsyPAG is run on a voluntary basis by postgraduates for postgraduates. PsyPAG has no official membership scheme; anyone involved in postgraduate study in the UK is automatically a member.
PsyPAG aims to provide support for postgraduate students in the UK.
PsyPAG aims to act as a vehicle for communication between postgraduates, and to represent postgraduates within the British Psychological Society.
PsyPAG aims to bring together postgraduates from across the country.
Sam Parsons kick starts the new academic year with his advice for new starts (and old hands!) in our September blog.
The Quarterly is an official publication of PsyPAG. It is a peer-reviewed journal that is open-access and distributed to all psychology postgraduates in the UK.
The Quarterly journal covers all aspects of psychology and welcomes a wide range of manuscripts, spanning from original empirical research to book/event reviews.