The 2013 AP-LS Conference will take place March 7-9,
2013, in Portland, Oregon. Mark your calendars now!
The 2012 APA Convention in
Orlando, FL, from August 2-5, 2012, featured programming on psychology and law, scheduled by AP-LS
(Division 41 of APA).
The 2012 AP-LS Conference
took place March 14-17, 2012, in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Information about, and links to Web sites for, other
recent and upcoming conferences can be
found on this Web page. Links to available Calls for Papers or
Submissions can be found on the same page.
Research in the field of psychology and law covers
many topics. This Web page collects information about, and links
to, ongoing research projects and laboratories.
Information for Researchers
Links to other pages & Web sites with information for
researchers can be found
on a separate page here. The linked page also contains
information about how researchers can use the mailing list of AP-LS
members for research purposes.
Law and Human Behavior: The official
journal of the American Psychology-Law Society (AP-LS)/Division 41 of
the American Psychological Association (APA) is Law and Human Behavior. You may access further information about the
journal on this Web page.
AP-LS Newsletter:: The Society
publishes a newsletter three times each year, informing members of
Society activities and news, summarizing important recent legal cases
and research publications, and highlighting new and emerging topics
relevant to lawyers and psychologists. The
most recent newsletter (Summer
2012) is now available. The
Newsletter Archive collects all previous newsletters. Please contact
Matthew Huss, at
email@example.com if you have any questions about
the News or if you have any items for the News.
AP-LS Book Series: AP-LS sponsors a book series,
edited by Dr. Patricia Zapf and published by Oxford University
Press. One of the Society's goals is educating the psychology and legal
professions and the general public about important developments in the
field of psychology and law. The focus of the book series reflects the
diversity of the field of psychology and law as we will publish books on
a broad range of topics. Published series
books are described and available for purchase here.
journals that publish about psychology and law are available. Links to
available Calls for Papers or Submissions can be found on the same
Grants & Funding
AP-LS Grants in Aid:
The Division 41 Grants-in-Aid Committee considers
proposals for small grants (maximum of $750) to support empirical
graduate research that addresses psycholegal issues. The award is
limited to graduate students who are student affiliate members of AP-LS.
For more information,
The Diversity in
Psychology and Law Research Awards
support undergraduate and graduate research on
issues related to psychology, law,
multiculturalism and/or diversity (i.e.,
research pertaining to psycholegal issues on
race, gender, culture, sexual orientation,
etc.). For more information,
this page collects other available
grants (from other organizations) and resources
for those seeking funding for their research,
while this page collects links to information
about scholarship information