Welcome to the Redesigned Psychology.org!
After many years of success, we have decided to overhaul our site. You will still find the comprehensive, peer-reviewed information that has long been a benchmark for quality research in the field. Additions to the site include extensive profiles of psychology professionals and new pages covering education, career and scholarship information. We believe these changes will keep our site at the forefront of psychology resources.
For more information, please visit our about us page.
Why Psychology Matters
Source: National Science Foundation/Division of Science Resources Statistics, Various Surveys (2006). Compiled by the APA Center for Workfoce Studies, January 2010.
What are the most important skills that the major provides?
Source: The Condition of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, April 2015
Source: Table 318.30, Digest of Education Statistics, National Center for Education Statistics
*Table only lists programs with at least 600 postsecondary degrees conferred
Meet the Experts
Our experts form an important part of the Psychology.org team by providing professional insight into psychology's many subfields. Each profile contains a detailed interview designed to give you an introduction to their daily life, how they got there and the lessons they've learned along the way. If you're in need of guidance or inspiration, start here.