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British Psychological Society

A charity which, through its Royal Charter, is charged with overseeing psychology and psychologists in the UK. The Society was formed in 1901, has more than 45,000 members, and is responsible for developing, promoting and applying pure and applied psychology for the public good.
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1994) Effective Teamwork; The British Psychology Society.
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And, says the British Psychology Society, that leaves them more prone to physical and mental illness.
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