Welcome to the website of the New Zealand Psychological Society (NZPsS). The Society is the premier professional and scientific association for psychologists in Aotearoa/ New Zealand and is committed to supporting quality practice, education and research in psychology.
Marc Wilson: The psychology behind climate change disbelievers and The best way to banish climate-change anxiety
Armon Tamatea: Prison violence: Can we predict it before it happens?
Brian Dixon: Workers join criticism of Wakari facilities
Sara Joice: Good Sorts:The small organisation brought together for research
Moana Waitoki: Māori psychology school pitched to counter shortage
Margaret Dudley: Dementia from a Māori worldview
Damian Scarf has been awarded a Rutherford Discovery Fellowship for research titled ‘The Belonging Project’
Pikihuia Pomare: Mental Health affects us all
Roseanna Bourke: Children’s input key to transforming our education system
Caitlin Helme: Sexual abuse prevention research wins award
Julia Rucklidge: Micronutrients lower gut bacteria associated with ADHD in small, but promising study
Marc Wilson: Lessons in catastrophe: How schools can help take the fear out of climate change
Moana Waitoki: Using Māori storytelling to help and to heal
Moana Waitoki: Training in te reo: Hamilton instructor brings Māori into karate