Annual General Meeting 2016

Dear Psychology Society Members…
10th Executive Committee; 9th September; 8 more days to go; 7 exco members; 6 people we’ll miss; 5 official meetings; 4, 3, 2, 1; on to the 11th Executive Committee!
Time passes so fast doesn’t it? Thank you so much for your amazing support for all our events for AY2015/2016. We received so many sign-ups for the 11th Executive Committee that we were literally swamped with interviews for the past week!
So it’s time for us to pass on the baton to the new batch. But before that, you have to vote! And every vote counts, and goes towards the new 11th Executive Committee who will shape Psychology Society for AY2016/2017… so choose wisely! ;D
Hence, we would like to invite all our members to the last event of the 10th Executive Committee, the Annual General Meeting 2016! It’ll be held on 9th September, Friday, 6.30pm at LT14. We’ll be giving you updates on what we have done in our term, and what you can expect in the upcoming year. We will also be holding the annual Executive Committee elections to elect our new office bearers. All members who will be attending will be entitled to decide who to be selected for the upcoming committee.
And we know ya, we heard ya… there will be FOOD.
See you there! (:
NUS Psychology Society

Inspire.Psych 2016

Hi everyone!

We’re happy to announce the launch of a new initiative, called Inspire.Psych. This will be a series of talks similar to Ted Talks, but about Psychology topics that are not offered as part of the NUS curriculum!

This sem, we are offering two talks: How to Attract the Love of your Life by Kelvin Teng, and The Right of Language by Dr. Travellia. Do refer to their respective posters for the timings and locations of each talk. For those interested, please sign up at as there are limited slots. We will send you a confirmation email as well. More details about the talks are below.

How to Attract the Love of your Life:
You have studied, or are going to study, social psychology. Why do we like some people and not others? What is love and what makes people fall in love with each other? Those are a few questions you will probably explore in the course. In this talk, learn how to link lectures with life and answer this particular question “How do I attract the love of my life?”


The Right of Language:
We have known for a long time that the left hemisphere of the brain is involved in various language functions (most notably, in speech as well as comprehension). In this talk, I will go over some research findings that showed the right hemisphere’s roles in language. I would like to highlight the importance of having a balanced look at both of the hemispheres to better understand the relationship between language functionalities and the brain.


Arts Open 2016!

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If you want to take part in a sports competition and make more friends in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) at the same time, Arts Open 2016 may just be the event for you!

Arts Open is an inter-major sports events open only to the students and staff of FASS. It is an event that was revitalized in 2015 by the Sports Committee in FASS Club to foster stronger bonds between students of FASS. Last year, 12 teams each representing different majors in FASS took part in four different sports: street soccer, basketball, captain’s ball and dodgeball. Anyone with an inclination towards or a passion in sports is encouraged to sign up!

Attractive prizes, a chance to bring honour to your major and boasting rights are also all part of the appeal of the Arts Open!

For those who are unable to participate as a sporting representative, support your major by coming down to encourage and cheer on our friends!

Anyone from FASS who is interested can visit the individual websites for the respective majors, or sign up at:

For more information about the Arts Open, visit our Official FASS IFG page on Facebook:

Soy milk is good for you… so is SOY!


Hi Psychology Society members!

Finals are finally (pun intended) over!!! Congratulations on surviving the gruelling semester! *Pats on the back*

While you are out celebrating, we have a sweet treat for you guys!

The NUS Psychology Society Start-of-Year (SOY) Gathering is back! This year, the gathering will be held on 15 Jan 2016 (Fri) from 6pm onwards at the YIH Lounge.

We are bringing the music, food and party to YOU! And best of all, it is absolutely free!!! (cause who can resist free stuff XD)

So, sign-up now @ cause there are limited spaces! Registration closes on 24 Dec 2015!

Singapore Prison Tours is back!


Psychology Society is proud to present to you… -drumroll please- Singapore Prison Tours 2015! We are collaborating with Singapore Prisons Services to give our society members the rare opportunity to tour Singapore’s prison.

Due to security reasons, only a maximum of 30 participants are allowed. To register, email, along with these details:

1. Name (with salutation)
2. Gender
3. Age
4. IC/ Passport No.
5. Nationality
6. Dietary Preference
7. Vehicle no. (if applicable)

If you are selected, we will notify you with a confirmation letter. Please note that it is on 10 December 2015, and the reporting time is 1.30pm at Prison Link Centre Changi (990 Upper Changi Road North, Singapore 506968).

We look forward to seeing you there!

With love,
NUS Psychology Society

Psychology Appreciation Week! (PAW) AY2015/16 Semester 1


Hi dear Psychology Society members,

How has the start of the week been for you? Here’s a reminder that welfare pack giveaways for PAW starts on this coming Thursday, 22nd October, till Friday, 23rd October! We’ll be at the AS6 walkway benches 17-19. Do remember to bring your membership card along in order to receive the welfare packs! For nonmembers, you can sign up on the spot as well, and receive the packs!

Here’s a quick summary of what you can expect:

Wear Your Psychology Shirt!
For the entire week, wear your Psychology shirt on any day (or days) to show your appreciation and support for Psychology! We recommend you to wear it on Thursday. Let’s all fill FASS with our amazing shirts!

Stop by our benches to write your dedications to our amazing Psychology lecturers! We’ll provide the paper, and deliver it to them, so all you need to do is to express your gratitude to them, and we’ll do the rest.

Welfare Pack Collection
Collect your welfare packs at AS6 walkway, benches 17-19! Welfare pack collection will only be held on Thursday and Friday. Membership cards must be presented, or sign-up on the spot to receive a pack.

Hunt for the Golden Paws
Want more goodies? Find the golden paws that we have hidden at various locations in FASS! Hold on to it, and present it to us when you collect your welfare pack (present your membership card too) in order to receive even more freebies! There are only a few paws hidden around school, so start the hunt NOW! 😉

Invisible Rope Experiment
If you have some time to kill before your lecture/ tutorial, just grab a few of your friends and start holding the ‘rope’ randomly at AS6 walkway. Then get your friends to start stepping over the rope repeatedly. If it happens often enough we’ll just watch this amazing conformity experiment (hopefully) come to life! Our Exco members will always be at the booth in front of the Psych notice board along AS6 (where the T-junction outside CLB is) and we will be there to help if you need us! Let’s all join in to this, and show the entire school, how amazing Psychology is in predicting and explaining everyday behaviour!

That’s all for PAW! Looking forward to seeing you this Thursday. 😀

Be a Flag Day Ambassador for NKF!

Dear Psychology Society Members,

The National Kidney Foundation (NKF) is looking for volunteers to aid them in their upcoming Flag Day on Saturday, 21 November. For more details, please go to and if you’re interested, do sign up by Friday, 30 October. The poster below is also for your reference, to learn more about the event!

For those who haven’t liked our Facebook page (, please do so as we’ll have more updates and information on the Facebook page as well!

Have a nice week ahead!

Best Regards,
NUS Psychology Society