European Association for Aviation Psychology (EAAP)
Association Européenne pour la Psychologie Aéronautique
Europäische Gesellschaft für Luftfahrtpsychologie
1956-10-31 Scheveningen Netherlands
Founded 31 Oct 1956, Scheveningen (Netherlands), as Western European Association for Aviation Psychology (WEAAP) -- Association de l'Europe occidentale pour la psychologie aéronautique -- Westeuropäische Gesellschaft für Luftfahrt-Psychologie. Present name adopted 1994, Dublin (Ireland). Registered in accordance with Dutch law, Chamber of Commerce, Amsterdam (Netherlands): Registration No 40531390.
Promote the study of psychology and the scientific pursuit of applied psychology in the field of aviation.
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