About Psych Source
PsychSource is a searchable gateway to the British Psychological Society’s 11 journals and books programme, plus 32 other key psychology journals, together with multimedia resources. It also provides access to a multitude of other BPS resources supporting research, teaching and practice.
Go to Using PsychSource for information on how to make the most of this resource.
Welcome to PsychSource
The new way to access a wealth of resources from the British Psychological Society.
Developed in partnership with Wiley, PsychSource is a searchable gateway to a host of British Psychological Society and Wiley resources.
PsychSource is your gateway to exploring and using the crucial research published across the British Psychological Society’s 11 journals and extensive books programme. The site also contains access to 32 other key psychology journals, multimedia resources, British Psychological Society conference proceedings, archive catalogue, Origins timeline, the John Kenna Audio Archive and Grace Rawlings Visual Archive. PsychSource also contains the most up to date guidelines and policy documents from the British Psychological Society.
Discounts for BPS Members
Special discounts available for BPS members!
We are pleased to offer BPS Student, Graduate and Chartered members a discount on all of the titles featured within the BPS Blackwell books range and on all other Wiley books.
To enjoy a 35% Member discount, after signing in click on 'My Book Discount Code' (in the top blue bar) to reveal your 5-digit discount code. Add your code at the shopping cart, where the discount will be applied.
If you aren’t already a BPS Member, find out more about joining us.
BPS Textbooks in Psychology
No other series bears the BPS seal of approval!
Wiley are proud to present a comprehensive and authoritative series covering everything a student needs in order to complete an undergraduate degree in psychology. Refreshingly written to consider more than North American research, this series is the first to give a truly international perspective. Every title fully complies with the BPS syllabus in the topic.
Each book is supported by a companion website, featuring additional resource materials for both instructors and students.
Virtual Issue for the 17th EASP General Meeting
Read a Virtual Issue from the British Journal of Social Psychology to coincide with the General Meeting of the European Association of Social Psychology (EASP), Amsterdam (July 9-12, 2014).
The BioPsychoSocial Model in Action
Read the Special Virtual Issue on the theme of the BPS Symposium:
taking place at the ICAP Congress, 9th July, at 16.30-18.00.
Featuring key articles from the British Journal of Clinical Psychology, the British Journal of Health Psychology, and the British Journal of Social Psychology.