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Division 21: Applied Experimental and Engineering Psychology promotes the development and application of psychological principles, knowledge, and research to improve technology, consumer products, energy systems, communication and information, transportation, decision making, work settings and living environments.
The Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, founded in 1957, is the world’s largest scientific association for human factors/ergonomics professionals. The Society’s 4,500 members work in educational institutions, companies, government and military research centers, and independent consultancies in 58 countries. About 15% of members are students.
The CIEHF is a professional member organisation for ergonomists and human factors specialists, uniquely providing a route to Chartership. We accredit education and training courses and recognise quality ergonomics services. Our activities raise awareness about the broad scope and positive impact of the discipline in all aspects of life and work.
The International Ergonomics Association (IEA) is the federation of ergonomics and human factors societies around the world entitled as international organization founded in Zurich (Switzerland). The mission of the IEA is to elaborate and advance ergonomics science and practice, and to expand its scope of application and contribution to society to improve the quality of life, working closely with its constituent societies and related international organizations.
The Board on Human-Systems Integration (BOHSI) has been a part of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine for nearly 40 years. From an initial roster of 11, more than 100 distinguished experts have served as volunteer members, including members of the National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering, and National Academy of Medicine.
The Society for Consumer Psychology furthers the advancement of the discipline of consumer psychology in a global society. Building upon the Society's excellence in mentoring young behavioral scientists, we facilitate the generation and dissemination of intellectual contributions and promote professional development and research opportunities for our members.
Research in Action is a Web-based compendium of psychological research that demonstrates the application and value of psychological science in our everyday lives. All the highlighted studies found statistically significant effects and have had important applications in society.