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Related Organizations:

AAAS: American Association for the Advancement of Science – Founded in 1848 to represent all disciplines of science, AAAS supports scientific exchange and discussion of science and society issues. The AAAS Archives document the Association’s past activities. This website provides a historical overview and a searchable database of information on people, meetings, official documents, and publications.

AACAP: American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry – This site helps in assisting parents and families in understanding developmental, behavioral, emotional and mental disorders affecting children and adolescents.

ABS: Animal Behavior Society – The Animal Behavior Society is a non-profit scientific society, founded to encourage and promote the study of animal behavior.

AChemS: Association for Chemoreception Sciences – This Association strives to advance the understanding of chemosensory mechanisms by bringing to one forum the variety of different scientific disciplines currently being used to approach the chemical senses.

APA: American Psychological Association -Tthe American Psychological Association (APA) is a scientific and professional organization that represents psychology in the United States.

APS: American Psychological Society – The Society’s mission is to promote, protect, and advance the interests of scientifically oriented psychology in research, application, teaching, and the improvement of human welfare.

ASP: American Society of Primatologists – The purposes of this Society are both educational and scientific. Our goals are to promote and encourage the discovery and exchange of information regarding primates, and anyone engaged in scientific primatology or who is interested in supporting these goals may apply for membership.

CNS: Cognitive Neuroscience Society – The Cognitive Neuroscience Society (CNS) is committed to the development of mind and brain research aimed at investigating the psychological, computational, and neuroscientific bases of cognition.

EBBS: European Brain and Behaviour Society – The purpose of this organization is the exchange of information between European scientists interested in the relationship of brain mechanisms and behaviour.

EADP: European Association for Developmental Psychology – This site serves members of the European Society for Developmental Psychology. It provides information relating to the activities of that society and, more generally, contains resources relevant to the interests of European developmental psychologists.

FABBS:  Federation of Associations in Behavioral & Brain Sciences:  “We represent the interests of scientists who do research in the areas of behavioral, psychological, and cognitive sciences. Our efforts are focused on legislative and regulatory advocacy, education, and the communication of information to scientists.”

FENS: Federation of European Neuroscience Societies – FENS is established to advance research and education in the field of neurosciences, and organizes biannual Forum Meetings, and the FENS Winter and Summer Schools.

IBANGS: The International Behavioural and Neural Genetics Society
Founded in 1996, IBANGS works to promote the field of neurobehavioural genetics. IBANGS organises regular meetings to promote excellence in research on behavioural and neural genetics.

IBNS: International Behavioral Neuroscience Society – The International Behavioral Neuroscience Society (IBNS) was formed to encourage research and education in the field of behavioral neuroscience. Founded in 1992, the IBNS has members from 34 different countries and consist of scientists, clinicians, teachers, and others with a background and interest in the relationship between brain and behavior.

IBRO: International Brain Research Organization : IBRO is, an independent, international organization dedicated to the promotion of neuroscience and of communication between brain researchers in all countries of the world.

ISDN: International Society for Developmental Neuroscience – The International Society for Developmental Neuroscience consists of basic and clinical scientists from all over the world who, as educators, scientists or clinicians are interested in the development of the nervous system in its broadest sense.

ICIS: International Congress on Infant Studies – The International Congress on Infant Studies is a not-for-profit professional organization devoted to the promotion and dissemination of research on the development of infants.

ISN: International Society of Neuroethology – ISN is a scholarly society devoted to neuroethology: the study of how nervous systems generate natural behaviour in animals.

DNTS: Developmental Neurotoxicology Society – The Developmental Neurotoxicology Society was formed in 1977. Its purpose is to understand the behavioral and developmental alterations that result from genetic and environmental perturbations of the nervous system during the pre- and perinatal period.

NYAS: New York Academy of Sciences – Founded in 1817, the New York Academy of Sciences is the third oldest scientific organization in America and one of New York City’s oldest and most enduring cultural institutions.

Pavlovian Society: The Pavlovian Society is dedicated to the scientific study of behavior and promotion of interdisciplinary scientific communication. It recognizes the value of research at the molecular level but encourages members to stress the significance of their scientific observations to the whole functioning organism.

Sackler Institute:
The Institute brings together Columbia scientists from different disciplines whose research interests are in the processes of early development and how these relate to the etiology and treatment of psychiatric illness. We are dedicated to an investigation of the complex processes underlying development at levels ranging from the molecular to the psychological.

SBN: The Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology – SBN is a scientific society committed to understanding the relationship between behavior and neuroendocrine function using evolutionary, physiological, cellular, and molecular approaches.

SDB: The Society of Developmental Biology – The purpose of the Society for Developmental Biology is to further the study of development in all organisms and at all levels, to represent and promote communication among students of development, and to promote the field of developmental biology

SICB: The Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology – The Society for integrative and Comparative Biology is dedicated to promoting the pursuit and public dissemination of important information relating to biology.

SFN: Society for Neuroscience – The Society for Neuroscience is a nonprofit membership organization of basic scientists and physicians who study the brain and nervous system.

SSR: Society for the Study of Reproduction -The Society for the Study of Reproduction (SSR) was founded in 1967 to promote the study of reproduction by fostering interdisciplinary communication among scientists, holding conferences, and publishing meritorious studies.

Teratology Society: 
– The Teratology Society is a multidisciplinary scientific society founded in 1960, the members of which study the causes and biological processes leading to abnormal development and birth defects at the fundamental and clinical level, and appropriate measures for prevention