The Benefits of Membership

The Society for Research on Adolescence (SRA) includes professionals and graduate students in psychology, human development, family studies, education, public policy, sociology, social work, psychiatry, pediatrics, public health, and many other areas. If you are conducting research on adolescence, SRA provides exceptional professional development and networking opportunities. Membership is open to any individual or professional who has contributed to, is interested in or has furthered research in adolescent development. Students enrolled in undergraduate or graduate study qualify for student membership.

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SRA's Anti-Racism and Social Justice Practices

SRA is committed to policies and practices that demonstrate, in words and actions, that our organization is inclusive, equitable, and just, for everyone. We will leverage SRA members’ research on development to inform policies and practices that contribute to more equitable opportunities and flourishing lives. SRA Executive Council, in collaboration with a Presidentially, appointed ad hoc committee, will be charged with reviewing and evaluating SRA’s policies and practices for racialized impact and develop action plans to eliminate racism and social injustice.

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