Learn more about where studying the science of human behaviour has taken these members of the Australian Psychological Society.
|Tracey Wade, working in academic psychology|
|Antonio Paolini, working in biological psychology|
|Rita Princi, working in child, adolescent & family psychology|
|Wendy Longley, working in clinical Neuropsychology|
|Cindy Wall, working in clinical psychology|
|Frances Martin, working in cognitive psychology|
|Meg Smith, working in community psychology|
|Nicole Detering, working in counselling psychology|
|Darren Stops, working in educational & developmental psychology|
|Rob Hall, working in environmental psychology|
|David Whittingham, working in forensic psychology|
|Evelyn Howe, working in health psychology|
|Peter Renshaw, working in human factors psychology|
|Graham Chant, working in market research|
|Glen Menezes, working as a psychologist in the military|
|Joanne Fitzgerald, working in organisational psychology|
|Jason Mattingly, working in research psychology|
|Melisah Feeney, working in social psychology|
|Ruth Anderson, working in sports psychology|
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