Measurement and quantification is ubiquitous in modern society. In early modernity, the scientific revolution provided a firm scientific basis for physical measures like temperature, pressure, and so on. In the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, a similar revolution took place in psychology with the measurement of intelligence and personality.
The Society would not exist without its members, and as a primarily volunteer-run organization we definitely need your input. The website and the journal are two areas where we constantly need help, but the annual conference needs a new location and a new set of volunteers every year. Those are just the known needs: we also welcome feedback and suggestions from our members at any time.