Division 16: 2009

Table 1: Demographic Characteristics of Division 16 Members by Membership Status, 2009

 

 

 

Associate

Member

Fellow

Total

 

N

%

N

%

N

%

N

%

 

N=

162

100.0

1,193

100.0

189

100.0

1,544

100.0

Gender

Men

56

34.6

536

44.9

135

71.4

727

47.1

Women

106

65.4

656

55.0

54

28.6

816

52.8

Not specified

0

.0

1

.1

0

.0

1

.1

Race/ethnicity

American Indian

0

.0

4

.3

0

.0

4

.3

Asian

2

1.2

22

1.8

3

1.6

27

1.7

Hispanic

1

.6

36

3.0

5

2.6

42

2.7

Black

1

.6

21

1.8

5

2.6

27

1.7

White

127

78.4

916

76.8

167

88.4

1,210

78.4

Other

0

.0

0

.0

1

.5

1

.1

Multiracial/multi-ethnic

0

.0

4

.3

0

.0

4

.3

Not specified

31

19.1

190

15.9

8

4.2

229

14.8

Age

Under 30

2

1.2

3

.3

0

.0

5

.3

30 - 34

10

6.2

62

5.2

0

.0

72

4.7

35 - 39

8

4.9

91

7.6

1

.5

100

6.5

40 - 44

8

4.9

87

7.3

1

.5

96

6.2

45 - 49

7

4.3

81

6.8

12

6.3

100

6.5

50 - 54

9

5.6

127

10.6

10

5.3

146

9.5

55 - 59

29

17.9

212

17.8

39

20.6

280

18.1

60 - 64

22

13.6

208

17.4

40

21.2

270

17.5

65 - 69

21

13.0

105

8.8

23

12.2

149

9.7

70 or older

33

20.4

170

14.2

60

31.7

263

17.0

Mean

59.7

 

56.9

 

65.6

 

58.2

 

SD

15.6

 

14.1

 

12.2

 

14.3

 

Not specified

13

8.0

47

3.9

3

1.6

63

4.1

Region

New England

15

9.3

124

10.4

9

4.8

148

9.6

Middle Atlantic

66

40.7

377

31.6

53

28.0

496

32.1

East North Central

18

11.1

135

11.3

19

10.1

172

11.1

West North Central

8

4.9

49

4.1

11

5.8

68

4.4

South Atlantic

18

11.1

158

13.2

41

21.7

217

14.1

East South Central

1

.6

37

3.1

13

6.9

51

3.3

West South Central

4

2.5

72

6.0

11

5.8

87

5.6

Mountain

4

2.5

93

7.8

10

5.3

107

6.9

Pacific

17

10.5

103

8.6

21

11.1

141

9.1

Other US (eg, Puerto Rico)

0

.0

4

.3

0

.0

4

.3

Canada

5

3.1

16

1.3

1

.5

22

1.4

Other

6

3.7

25

2.1

0

.0

31

2.0

Source: 2009 APA Directory.  Compiled by Center for Workforce Studies. 

Table 2: Educational Characteristics of Division 16 Members by Membership Status, 2009

 

 

 

Associate

Member

Fellow

Total

 

N

%

N

%

N

%

N

%

 

N=

162

100.0

1,193

100.0

189

100.0

1,544

100.0

Highest degree

Ph.D.

28

17.3

913

76.5

161

85.2

1,102

71.4

Ed.D.

8

4.9

105

8.8

24

12.7

137

8.9

Psy.D.

7

4.3

124

10.4

3

1.6

134

8.7

Other doctorate or doctorate type not specified

1

.6

21

1.8

1

.5

23

1.5

Masters

99

61.1

22

1.8

0

.0

121

7.8

Baccalaureate/Associate

2

1.2

0

.0

0

.0

2

.1

Certificate/diploma

2

1.2

0

.0

0

.0

2

.1

Not specified

15

9.3

8

.7

0

.0

23

1.5

Years since degree

Less than 5

10

6.2

73

6.1

0

.0

83

5.4

5 – 9

20

12.3

152

12.7

1

.5

173

11.2

10 – 14

13

8.0

156

13.1

4

2.1

173

11.2

15 – 19

12

7.4

154

12.9

7

3.7

173

11.2

20 – 24

16

9.9

148

12.4

18

9.5

182

11.8

25 or more

79

48.8

483

40.5

158

83.6

720

46.6

Not specified

12

7.4

27

2.3

1

.5

40

2.6

Mean

26.4

 

22.3

 

35.6

 

24.4

 

SD

16.0

 

13.4

 

11.6

 

14.2

 

Source: 2009 APA Directory.  Compiled by Center for Workforce Studies.

Table 3: Current Major Field of Division 16 Members by Membership Status, 2009

 

 

Associate

Member

Fellow

Total

N

%

N

%

N

%

N

%

 

Total

162

100.0

1,193

100.0

189

100.0

1,544

100.0

Health service provider subfields

Child clinical

3

1.9

75

6.3

2

1.1

80

5.2

Clinical

15

9.3

194

16.3

21

11.1

230

14.9

Clinical neuropsychology

0

.0

12

1.0

2

1.1

14

.9

Counseling psychology

5

3.1

30

2.5

2

1.1

37

2.4

Family Psychology

0

.0

0

.0

2

1.1

2

.1

Forensic

1

.6

4

.3

1

.5

6

.4

Geropsychology

0

.0

2

.2

0

.0

2

.1

Health

0

.0

5

.4

2

1.1

7

.5

School

104

64.2

670

56.2

120

63.5

894

57.9

Sport psychology

0

.0

0

.0

1

.5

1

.1

Subtotal

128

79.0

992

83.2

153

81.0

1,273

82.4

Research and other subfields

Cognitive

0

.0

1

.1

1

.5

2

.1

Community

0

.0

2

.2

2

1.1

4

.3

Developmental

1

.6

16

1.3

3

1.6

20

1.3

Educational

6

3.7

57

4.8

9

4.8

72

4.7

Experimental

0

.0

1

.1

1

.5

2

.1

General/Methods & Systems

2

1.2

0

.0

0

.0

2

.1

Industrial/Organizational

1

.6

0

.0

0

.0

1

.1

Neurosciences

0

.0

4

.3

2

1.1

6

.4

Personality

0

.0

0

.0

2

1.1

2

.1

Psychopharmacology

0

.0

1

.1

0

.0

1

.1

Quantitative/ Math/ Psychometrics/ Stats

0

.0

3

.3

2

1.1

5

.3

Social

0

.0

1

.1

0

.0

1

.1

Subtotal

10

6.2

86

7.2

22

11.6

118

7.6

Other fields

Behavioral Medicine

0

.0

2

.2

1

.5

3

.2

Cognitive science

0

.0

1

.1

0

.0

1

.1

Counseling

2

1.2

2

.2

0

.0

4

.3

Counselor Education

0

.0

1

.1

0

.0

1

.1

Education, Teaching

2

1.2

5

.4

1

.5

8

.5

Genetics

0

.0

0

.0

1

.5

1

.1

Information Science

1

.6

0

.0

0

.0

1

.1

Law

0

.0

1

.1

2

1.1

3

.2

Organizational Behavior

0

.0

1

.1

0

.0

1

.1

Public Admin

0

.0

2

.2

0

.0

2

.1

Rehabilitation

0

.0

2

.2

0

.0

2

.1

Social/Behavioral Sciences

0

.0

1

.1

0

.0

1

.1

Social Work

1

.6

0

.0

0

.0

1

.1

Special Education

0

.0

3

.3

1

.5

4

.3

Other

2

1.2

18

1.5

5

2.6

25

1.6

Subtotal

8

4.9

39

3.3

11

5.8

58

3.8

Science designation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

General science

3

1.9

16

1.3

6

3.2

25

1.6

Core science

10

6.2

87

7.3

21

11.1

118

7.6

Neither

133

82.1

1,014

85.0

159

84.1

1,306

84.6

Not specified

16

9.9

76

6.4

3

1.6

95

6.2

Source: 2009 APA Directory.  Compiled by Center for Workforce Studies.

Table 4: Employment Characteristics of Division 16 Members by Membership Status, 2009

 

 

Associate

Member

Fellow

Total

 

N

%

N

%

N

%

N

%

 

N=

162

100.0

1,193

100.0

189

100.0

1,544

100.0

Employment status

Working full time

48

29.6

493

41.3

102

54.0

643

41.6

Working part time

17

10.5

97

8.1

10

5.3

124

8.0

Postdoctoral study

0

.0

6

.5

0

.0

6

.4

Not working and seeking work

0

.0

3

.3

0

.0

3

.2

Not working and not seeking work

2

1.2

1

.1

1

.5

4

.3

Retired and not working

9

5.6

53

4.4

20

10.6

82

5.3

Retired and still working

4

2.5

16

1.3

6

3.2

26

1.7

Employed; status not known

1

.6

7

.6

2

1.1

10

.6

Not specified

81

50.0

517

43.3

48

25.4

646

41.8

Licensure status

Licensed and/or certified

61

37.7

805

67.5

129

68.3

995

64.4

Not licensed/unknown

101

62.3

388

32.5

60

31.7

549

35.6

Primary work setting (full-time-employed only)

University settings

4

8.3

176

35.7

84

82.4

264

41.1

Four-year colleges

0

.0

9

1.8

1

1.0

10

1.6

Medical school/ Academic medical center

1

2.1

16

3.2

3

2.9

20

3.1

Other academic settings

3

6.3

14

2.8

0

.0

17

2.6

Schools & other educational settings

31

64.6

128

26.0

0

.0

159

24.7

Independent practice

4

8.3

78

15.8

4

3.9

86

13.4

Hospital

1

2.1

9

1.8

2

2.0

12

1.9

Clinic

1

2.1

10

2.0

0

.0

11

1.7

Other human service

0

.0

18

3.7

0

.0

18

2.8

Business & industry

0

.0

2

.4

1

1.0

3

.5

Government

0

.0

14

2.8

2

2.0

16

2.5

Other

2

4.2

15

3.0

4

3.9

21

3.3

Not specified

1

2.1

4

.8

1

1.0

6

.9

Work activities (full-time-employed only)

Research

6

12.5

205

41.6

79

77.5

290

45.1

Education

18

37.5

262

53.1

79

77.5

359

55.8

Health/mental health services

31

64.6

263

53.3

22

21.6

316

49.1

Educational services

34

70.8

266

54.0

23

22.5

323

50.2

Other applied psychology

12

25.0

105

21.3

22

21.6

139

21.6

Management/administration

11

22.9

194

39.4

46

45.1

251

39.0

Other activities

10

20.8

76

15.4

22

21.6

108

16.8

Not specified

10

20.8

74

15.0

19

18.6

103

16.0

Primary activity (full-time-employed only)

Research

2

4.2

45

9.1

25

24.5

72

11.2

Education

2

4.2

122

24.7

29

28.4

153

23.8

Mental Health Services

6

12.5

97

19.7

2

2.0

105

16.3

Educational Services

25

52.1

105

21.3

2

2.0

132

20.5

Applied Psychology

2

4.2

5

1.0

2

2.0

9

1.4

Management/administration

2

4.2

46

9.3

22

21.6

70

10.9

Other activities

0

.0

6

1.2

3

2.9

9

1.4

Not specified

9

18.8

67

13.6

17

16.7

93

14.5

Source: 2009 APA Directory and 2010 Employment Update.  Compiled by Center for Workforce Studies. 

Table 5: Membership Characteristics of Division 16 Members by Membership Status, 2009

16

Other division memberships

Associate

Member

Fellow

Total

N

%

N

%

N

%

N

%

1. General Psychology

4

2.5

22

1.8

13

6.9

39

2.5

2. Teaching of Psychology

1

.6

18

1.5

8

4.2

27

1.7

3. Experimental Psychology

0

.0

1

.1

4

2.1

5

.3

5. Evaluation & Measurement

0

.0

30

2.5

19

10.1

49

3.2

6. Behavioral Neuroscience & Comparative

1

.6

1

.1

3

1.6

5

.3

7. Developmental Psychology

3

1.9

25

2.1

13

6.9

41

2.7

8. Personality & Social

6

3.7

17

1.4

6

3.2

29

1.9

9. SPSSI

4

2.5

7

.6

12

6.3

23

1.5

10. Psychology & the Arts

0

.0

5

.4

9

4.8

14

.9

12. Clinical Psychology

0

.0

69

5.8

31

16.4

100

6.5

13. Consulting Psychology

2

1.2

13

1.1

9

4.8

24

1.6

14. SIOP

1

.6

3

.3

6

3.2

10

.6

15. Educational Psychology

21

13.0

107

9.0

47

24.9

175

11.3

16. School Psychology

162

100.0

1,193

100.0

189

100.0

1,544

100.0

17. Counseling Psychology

6

3.7

33

2.8

9

4.8

48

3.1

18. Psychologists in Public Service

2

1.2

5

.4

5

2.6

12

.8

19. Society for Military Psychology

0

.0

4

.3

2

1.1

6

.4

20. Adult Development & Aging

1

.6

9

.8

5

2.6

15

1.0

21. Applied Experimental & Engineering

0

.0

1

.1

2

1.1

3

.2

22. Rehabilitation Psychology

1

.6

11

.9

4

2.1

16

1.0

23. Consumer Psychology

0

.0

2

.2

2

1.1

4

.3

24. Theoretical & Philosophical

2

1.2

4

.3

4

2.1

10

.6

25. Behavior Analysis

1

.6

13

1.1

10

5.3

24

1.6

26. History of Psychology

0

.0

6

.5

9

4.8

15

1.0

27. Community Psychology

1

.6

14

1.2

13

6.9

28

1.8

28. Psychopharmacology & Substance Abuse

1

.6

11

.9

6

3.2

18

1.2

29. Psychotherapy

4

2.5

47

3.9

17

9.0

68

4.4

30. Psychological Hypnosis

1

.6

15

1.3

4

2.1

20

1.3

31. State, Provincial, & Territorial Psychological Assn Affairs

0

.0

4

.3

7

3.7

11

.7

32. Humanistic Psychology

2

1.2

7

.6

6

3.2

15

1.0

33. Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities

2

1.2

32

2.7

14

7.4

48

3.1

34. Population & Environmental

2

1.2

3

.3

4

2.1

9

.6

35. Psychology of Women

3

1.9

20

1.7

17

9.0

40

2.6

36. Psychology of Religion

3

1.9

20

1.7

4

2.1

27

1.7

37. Child and Family Policy & Practice

8

4.9

42

3.5

26

13.8

76

4.9

38. Health Psychology

0

.0

15

1.3

9

4.8

24

1.6

39. Psychoanalysis

2

1.2

29

2.4

9

4.8

40

2.6

40. Clinical Neuropsychology

9

5.6

90

7.5

19

10.1

118

7.6

41. Psychology-Law Society

1

.6

11

.9

9

4.8

21

1.4

42. Psychologists in Independent Practice

0

.0

85

7.1

17

9.0

102

6.6

43. Family Psychology

3

1.9

42

3.5

16

8.5

61

4.0

44. Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, & Transgender Issues

2

1.2

9

.8

8

4.2

19

1.2

45. Ethnic Minority Issues

4

2.5

22

1.8

11

5.8

37

2.4

46. Media Psychology

0

.0

6

.5

16

8.5

22

1.4

47. Exercise & Sport Psychology

3

1.9

11

.9

7

3.7

21

1.4

48. Peace Psychology

3

1.9

4

.3

4

2.1

11

.7

49. Group Psychology & Group Psychotherapy

1

.6

5

.4

8

4.2

14

.9

50. Addictions

2

1.2

7

.6

5

2.6

14

.9

51. Men & Masculinity

0

.0

5

.4

8

4.2

13

.8

52. International

3

1.9

26

2.2

27

14.3

56

3.6

53. Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology

5

3.1

115

9.6

31

16.4

151

9.8

54. Pediatric Psychology

4

2.5

65

5.4

22

11.6

91

5.9

55. Advancement of Pharmacotherapy

0

.0

16

1.3

9

4.8

25

1.6

56. Trauma Psychology

1

.6

10

.8

13

6.9

24

1.6

Number of divisions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

One

106

65.4

582

48.8

49

25.9

737

47.7

Two

27

16.7

319

26.7

56

29.6

402

26.0

Three

13

8.0

163

13.7

28

14.8

204

13.2

Four or more

16

9.9

129

10.8

56

29.6

201

13.0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Number belonging to state associations

67

41.4

554

46.4

90

47.6

711

46.0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ABPP Clinical psychology

0

.0

9

.8

8

4.2

17

1.1

School

0

.0

44

3.7

25

13.2

69

4.5

Clinical neuropsychology

0

.0

2

.2

0

.0

2

.1

Forensic

0

.0

1

.1

1

.5

2

.1

Family psychology

0

.0

2

.2

1

.5

3

.2

Behavioral psychology

0

.0

3

.3

1

.5

4

.3

Clinical health

0

.0

0

.0

1

.5

1

.1

Psychoanalysis

0

.0

1

.1

1

.5

2

.1

ABPH Clinical hypnosis

0

.0

1

.1

0

.0

1

.1

Experimental hypnosis

0

.0

0

.0

1

.5

1

.1

Paid the 2009 practice assessment

21

13.0

463

38.8

32

16.9

516

33.4

Total

162

100.0

1,193

100.0

189

100.0

1,544

100.0

Source: 2009 APA Directory.  Compiled by Center for Workforce Studies.