Division 37: 2011

Table 1: Demographic Characteristics of Division 37 Members, 2011

       

Membership Status

Total

Associate

Member

Fellow

N

%

N

%

N

%

N

%

 

N=

41

100.0

615

100.0

151

100.0

807

100.0

Gender

Men

14

34.1

220

35.8

94

62.3

328

40.6

Women

27

65.9

393

63.9

57

37.7

477

59.1

Not specified

0

.0

2

.3

0

.0

2

.2

Race/Ethnicity

American Indian

0

.0

2

.3

0

.0

2

.2

Asian

0

.0

10

1.6

2

1.3

12

1.5

Hispanic

1

2.4

27

4.4

1

.7

29

3.6

Black

1

2.4

22

3.6

3

2.0

26

3.2

White

27

65.9

436

70.9

143

94.7

606

75.1

Multiracial/multi-ethnic

0

.0

5

.8

1

.7

6

.7

Not specified

12

29.3

113

18.4

1

.7

126

15.6

Age

Under 30

3

7.3

2

.3

0

.0

5

.6

30 - 34

1

2.4

43

7.0

0

.0

44

5.5

35 - 39

3

7.3

47

7.6

0

.0

50

6.2

40 - 44

1

2.4

52

8.5

3

2.0

56

6.9

45 - 49

4

9.8

54

8.8

5

3.3

63

7.8

50 - 54

3

7.3

51

8.3

5

3.3

59

7.3

55 - 59

8

19.5

96

15.6

24

15.9

128

15.9

60 - 64

5

12.2

115

18.7

42

27.8

162

20.1

65 - 69

4

9.8

69

11.2

26

17.2

99

12.3

70 or older

8

19.5

55

8.9

44

29.1

107

13.3

Not specified

1

2.4

31

5.0

2

1.3

34

4.2

Mean

57.0

 

54.9

 

65.9

 

57.1

 

SD

16.7

 

13.1

 

10.8

 

13.6

 

Region

New England

3

7.3

60

9.8

9

6.0

72

8.9

Middle Atlantic

12

29.3

106

17.2

22

14.6

140

17.3

East North Central

7

17.1

96

15.6

20

13.2

123

15.2

West North Central

2

4.9

33

5.4

9

6.0

44

5.5

South Atlantic

7

17.1

118

19.2

47

31.1

172

21.3

East South Central

0

.0

21

3.4

3

2.0

24

3.0

West South Central

2

4.9

36

5.9

11

7.3

49

6.1

Mountain

5

12.2

29

4.7

3

2.0

37

4.6

Pacific

0

.0

94

15.3

25

16.6

119

14.7

Other US (eg, Puerto Rico)

0

.0

2

.3

0

.0

2

.2

Canada

2

4.9

7

1.1

2

1.3

11

1.4

Other

1

2.4

13

2.1

0

.0

14

1.7

Source: 2011 APA Directory. Compiled by Center for Workforce Studies.

Table 2: Educational Characteristics of Division 37 Members, 2011

 

Membership Status

Total

Associate

Member

Fellow

N

%

N

%

N

%

N

%

N=

41

100.0

615

100.0

151

100.0

807

100.0

Highest degree                

PhD

8

19.5

497

80.8

145

96.0

650

80.5

EdD

0

.0

17

2.8

4

2.6

21

2.6

PsyD

0

.0

83

13.5

2

1.3

85

10.5

Other doctorate or doctorate type not specified

0

.0

8

1.3

0

.0

8

1.0

Masters

31

75.6

7

1.1

0

.0

38

4.7

Not specified

2

4.9

3

.5

0

.0

5

.6

Years since degree

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Less than 5

6

14.6

56

9.1

0

.0

62

7.7

5 - 9

5

12.2

71

11.5

0

.0

76

9.4

10 - 14

4

9.8

66

10.7

2

1.3

72

8.9

15 - 19

3

7.3

59

9.6

7

4.6

69

8.6

20 - 24

1

2.4

77

12.5

7

4.6

85

10.5

25 or more

21

51.2

274

44.6

135

89.4

430

53.3

Not specified

1

2.4

12

2.0

0

.0

13

1.6

Mean

24.4

 

22.4

 

36.5

 

25.2

 

SD

17.4

 

13.0

 

10.6

 

14.0

 

Source: 2011 APA Directory. Compiled by Center for Workforce Studies.

Table 3: Current Major Field of Division 37 Members, 2011

 

Membership Status

Total

Associate

Member

Fellow

N

%

N

%

N

%

N

%

 

Total

41

100.0

615

100.0

151

100.0

807

100.0

Health service provider subfields

Behavior analysis

0

.0

1

.2

1

.7

2

.2

Child clinical

1

2.4

105

17.1

17

11.3

123

15.2

Clinical

14

34.1

280

45.5

72

47.7

366

45.4

Clinical neuropsychology

0

.0

1

.2

0

.0

1

.1

Counseling psychology

5

12.2

22

3.6

1

.7

28

3.5

Family

0

.0

3

.5

3

2.0

6

.7

Forensic

0

.0

9

1.5

1

.7

10

1.2

Health

1

2.4

0

.0

4

2.6

5

.6

Pediatric

0

.0

4

.7

2

1.3

6

.7

School

3

7.3

23

3.7

7

4.6

33

4.1

Subtotal

24

58.5

448

72.8

108

71.5

580

71.9

Research and other subfields

Cognitive

0

.0

1

.2

0

.0

1

.1

Community

3

7.3

6

1.0

4

2.6

13

1.6

Developmental

1

2.4

25

4.1

21

13.9

47

5.8

Educational

1

2.4

10

1.6

0

.0

11

1.4

Experimental

0

.0

0

.0

1

.7

1

.1

General/Methods & Systems

0

.0

2

.3

1

.7

3

.4

Industrial/Organizational

0

.0

1

.2

0

.0

1

.1

Personality

0

.0

1

.2

0

.0

1

.1

Physiological/Psychobiology

0

.0

1

.2

0

.0

1

.1

Quantitative/ Math/ Psychometrics/ Stats

0

.0

2

.3

1

.7

3

.4

Social

0

.0

8

1.3

1

.7

9

1.1

Subtotal

5

12.2

57

9.3

29

19.2

91

11.3

Other fields

Communications/Journalism

0

.0

1

.2

0

.0

1

.1

Counseling

4

9.8

3

.5

0

.0

7

.9

Counselor Education

0

.0

2

.3

0

.0

2

.2

Criminology/Criminal Justice

0

.0

1

.2

1

.7

2

.2

Education, Teaching

1

2.4

4

.7

3

2.0

8

1.0

Epidemiology

0

.0

1

.2

0

.0

1

.1

Law

0

.0

1

.2

3

2.0

4

.5

Public Admin

0

.0

2

.3

0

.0

2

.2

Public Health

0

.0

1

.2

0

.0

1

.1

Rehabilitation

0

.0

2

.3

1

.7

3

.4

Social/Behavioral Sciences

0

.0

1

.2

0

.0

1

.1

Social Work

0

.0

2

.3

0

.0

2

.2

Theology/Religion

1

2.4

0

.0

0

.0

1

.1

Other

0

.0

8

1.3

6

4.0

14

1.7

Subtotal

6

14.6

29

4.7

14

9.3

49

6.1

Science designation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

General science

5

12.2

11

1.8

11

7.3

27

3.3

Core science

2

4.9

52

8.5

25

16.6

79

9.8

Neither

28

68.3

471

76.6

115

76.2

614

76.1

Not specified

6

14.6

81

13.2

0

.0

87

10.8

Source: 2011 APA Directory. Compiled by Center for Workforce Studies.

Table 5: Membership Characteristics of Division 37 Members, 2011

Division memberships

Associate

Member

Fellow

Total

N

%

N

%

N

%

N

%

 1. General Psychology

2

4.9

18

2.9

16

10.6

36

4.5

 2. Teaching of Psychology

1

2.4

13

2.1

13

8.6

27

3.3

 3. Experimental Psychology

0

.0

2

.3

6

4.0

8

1.0

 5. Evaluation & Measurement

0

.0

17

2.8

8

5.3

25

3.1

 6. Behavioral Neuroscience & Comparative

0

.0

5

.8

5

3.3

10

1.2

 7. Developmental Psychology

4

9.8

50

8.1

41

27.2

95

11.8

 8. Personality & Social

2

4.9

19

3.1

13

8.6

34

4.2

 9. SPSSI

4

9.8

12

2.0

23

15.2

39

4.8

10. Psychology & the Arts

0

.0

9

1.5

8

5.3

17

2.1

12. Clinical Psychology

0

.0

89

14.5

77

51.0

166

20.6

13. Consulting Psychology

0

.0

6

1.0

8

5.3

14

1.7

14. SIOP

0

.0

4

.7

2

1.3

6

.7

15. Educational Psychology

3

7.3

13

2.1

13

8.6

29

3.6

16. School Psychology

8

19.5

39

6.3

25

16.6

72

8.9

17. Counseling Psychology

3

7.3

17

2.8

8

5.3

28

3.5

18. Psychologists in Public Service

0

.0

7

1.1

8

5.3

15

1.9

19. Society for Military Psychology

0

.0

8

1.3

5

3.3

13

1.6

20. Adult Development & Aging

2

4.9

11

1.8

7

4.6

20

2.5

21. Applied Experimental & Engineering

0

.0

2

.3

3

2.0

5

.6

22. Rehabilitation Psychology

0

.0

5

.8

5

3.3

10

1.2

23. Consumer Psychology

0

.0

2

.3

2

1.3

4

.5

24. Theoretical & Philosophical

1

2.4

2

.3

4

2.6

7

.9

25. Behavior Analysis

0

.0

15

2.4

9

6.0

24

3.0

26. History of Psychology

1

2.4

9

1.5

9

6.0

19

2.4

27. Community Psychology

2

4.9

22

3.6

23

15.2

47

5.8

28. Psychopharmacology & Substance Abuse

0

.0

9

1.5

7

4.6

16

2.0

29. Psychotherapy

4

9.8

41

6.7

20

13.2

65

8.1

30. Psychological Hypnosis

0

.0

11

1.8

5

3.3

16

2.0

31. State, Provincial, & Territorial Psychological Assn Affairs

0

.0

5

.8

12

7.9

17

2.1

32. Humanistic Psychology

1

2.4

4

.7

5

3.3

10

1.2

33. Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities

3

7.3

20

3.3

16

10.6

39

4.8

34. Environmental, Population, and Conservation Psychology

2

4.9

6

1.0

6

4.0

14

1.7

35. Psychology of Women

3

7.3

25

4.1

18

11.9

46

5.7

36. Psychology of Religion & Spirituality

2

4.9

9

1.5

8

5.3

19

2.4

37. Child and Family Policy & Practice

41

100.0

615

100.0

151

100.0

807

100.0

38. Health Psychology

1

2.4

27

4.4

26

17.2

54

6.7

39. Psychoanalysis

0

.0

14

2.3

8

5.3

22

2.7

40. Clinical Neuropsychology

3

7.3

37

6.0

18

11.9

58

7.2

41. Psychology-Law Society

2

4.9

51

8.3

22

14.6

75

9.3

42. Psychologists in Independent Practice

0

.0

66

10.7

25

16.6

91

11.3

43. Family Psychology

10

24.4

76

12.4

26

17.2

112

13.9

44. Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, & Transgender Issues

0

.0

11

1.8

7

4.6

18

2.2

45. Ethnic Minority Issues

3

7.3

22

3.6

15

9.9

40

5.0

46. Media Psychology

0

.0

6

1.0

13

8.6

19

2.4

47. Exercise & Sport Psychology

2

4.9

12

2.0

4

2.6

18

2.2

48. Peace Psychology

2

4.9

10

1.6

7

4.6

19

2.4

49. Group Psychology & Group Psychotherapy

1

2.4

7

1.1

8

5.3

16

2.0

50. Addiction Psychology

0

.0

18

2.9

7

4.6

25

3.1

51. Men & Masculinity

1

2.4

12

2.0

7

4.6

20

2.5

52. International

2

4.9

10

1.6

23

15.2

35

4.3

53. Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology

3

7.3

147

23.9

70

46.4

220

27.3

54. Pediatric Psychology

3

7.3

49

8.0

42

27.8

94

11.6

55. Advancement of Pharmacotherapy

0

.0

9

1.5

6

4.0

15

1.9

56. Trauma Psychology

0

.0

32

5.2

18

11.9

50

6.2

Number of divisions                

One

10

24.4

154

25.0

3

2.0

167

20.7

Two

14

34.1

183

29.8

17

11.3

214

26.5

Three

6

14.6

121

19.7

26

17.2

153

19.0

Four or more

11

26.8

157

25.5

105

69.5

273

33.8

                 

Number belonging to state associations

14

34.1

272

44.2

82

54.3

368

45.6

                 

ABPP Clinical psychology

0

.0

7

1.1

29

19.2

36

4.5

 Counseling

0

.0

1

.2

1

.7

2

.2

 School

0

.0

1

.2

3

2.0

4

.5

 Clinical neuropsychology

0

.0

1

.2

1

.7

2

.2

 Forensic

0

.0

3

.5

3

2.0

6

.7

 Family psychology

0

.0

2

.3

5

3.3

7

.9

 Behavioral psychology

0

.0

0

.0

1

.7

1

.1

Clinical health

0

.0

0

.0

6

4.0

6

.7

Psychoanalysis

0

.0

1

.2

0

.0

1

.1

Clinical child and adolescent psychology

0

.0

4

.7

15

9.9

19

2.4

Group psychology

0

.0

1

.2

0

.0

1

.1

                 

Paid the Practice Assessment

11

26.8

308

50.1

56

37.1

375

46.5

Did not pay

30

73.2

307

49.9

95

62.9

432

53.5

Total

41

100.0

615

100.0

151

100.0

807

100.0

Source: 2011 APA Directory. Compiled by Center for Workforce Studies.