Australian Psychology Learning and Teaching

Update on the AusPLAT 2023 Conference.

The full conference program is now available (click on the button below)

Contribute to building the resources available to psychology academics.


We have started developing a suite of resources for psychology academic and teachers.


Several open access publications are available, including:

The Australian Handbook for Careers in Psychological Science

Statistics for Research Students

Common Client Issues in Counselling: An Australian Perspective


We are also contributing to the STP Tagging Project.

Heads Of Department and Schools of Psychology Association (HODSPA), Professor Lorelle Burton MAPS, Chair; Professor Kristin Pammer, Deputy Chair; Associate Professor Karena Burke MAPS, Treasurer; Associate Professor Carla Litchfield, Secretary; Associate Professor Renata Meuter, Immediate Past Chair; Associate Professor Dixie Statham MAPS, Member Executive; Emeritus Professor Nigel Bond FAPS, Executive Officer

By Tony Machin FAPS FCOP, Tanya Machin, Jacquelyn Cranney, Judith Gullifer, Frances Martin, John Reece, Karen Marangio, Dawn Darlaston-Jones, Kimberley Norris, Melissa Davis, Emily Lowe-Calverley and Natalie Gasson


Pathways for Australian psychology graduates


For students (both potential and current) the question is often phrased as “What can you do with an undergraduate psychology major (or degree)?” Landrum (2018) responded that this question can be complicated to unpack but doing so can be incredibly helpful. As a result, we feel this article will assist undergraduate students in particular by unpacking this question within the current Australian context.

Let’s build diverse careers in psychological science!