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The Society for the Teaching of Psychology is the main US body for teachers of psychology.
The Society grew out of the American Psychological Associations Division 2 (Teaching of Psychology).
The initial membership was under 50, peaked at about 2,600 in 1976, and now currently has just over 2,000 .
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- Wight, R. D., & Davis, S. F. (1992). Division in Search of Self: A History of APA Division 2, The Division of the Teaching of Psychology. In A. E. Puente, J. R. Matthews, and C.L. Brewer (Eds.). Teaching Psychology in America: A History (pp. 365-384). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.