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  • Keynote Peter Saville ABP 2015 Conference Interview

    Keynote Peter Saville ABP 2015 Conference Interview

    Watch the interview of Keynote Peter Saville at the ABP 2015 Conference

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  • The Evolution of Assessment: Moving on from standard psychometrics and assessment methods

    The Evolution of Assessment: Moving on from standard psychometrics and assessment methods

    The ABP would like to announce an event “The Evolution of Assessment: Moving on from standard psychometrics and assessment methods” on 26th April at the Linnean Society of London, Burlington House, Piccadilly.

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  • 2015 AB Annual Conference Video

    2015 ABP Annual Conference Video

    Highlights of the 2015 ABP Annual Conference

    The annual ABP conference, inspired by the ABP's upcoming book publication, 'Business Psychology in Action', was celebrating its 15th anniversary. This second book from the ABP, edited by Pauline Grant, showcases the ‘state of the art’ and future direction of Business Psychology.

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  • Membership is now Online

    New Online Application Form

    You can now apply for ABP Membership online, follow the link below.

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  • Celebrating our volunteers!

    Celebrating our volunteers

    It would be fair and entirely accurate to say that, without volunteers, the ABP would not exist. 

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