Australian Army Psychology Corps
|Corps of the Australian Army|
|Combat Service Support|
The Australian Army Psychology Corps (AA Psych Corps) is the branch of the Australian Army responsible for providing psychological care to Army personnel. Unique at time in the British Commonwealth, the corps was formed on 22 October 1952, replacing the Australian Army Psychology Service which was formed in 1945.
- Dennis et al 2008, p. 58.
- Dennis, Peter et al. (2008). The Oxford Companion to Australian Military History (Second ed.). Melbourne: Oxford University Press Australia & New Zealand. ISBN 978-0-19-551784-2.
- Menezes, G. (2009). Testing times: A history of the Australian Army Psychology Corps. The need is established. (Unpublished book chapter). Canberra: Directorate of Psychology.
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