CANADIAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION (CPA)

n. the primary organization which represents all psychologists practicing their profession all over Canada. Its objectives are to promote excellence, innovation, and advancement both in knowledge and practice- to provide better services- and to improve the well-being of all Canadians. Organized in 1939. Incorporated in 1950.

CANADIAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION (CPA): "The Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) is the primary organization representing psychology practitioners in Canada."
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