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  International School Psychology Association [ISPA]   

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International School Psychology Association
Hans Knudsens Plads 1A
DK-2100 Copenhagen
Denmark


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International School Psychology Association [ISPA] embraces a diverse community of professionals offering psychological services to school age children, their parents, teachers, and others working with children. Its aims are to:
  • Promote the use of sound psychological principles within, the context of education all over the world
  • Promote communication between professionals who are committed to the improvement of the mental health of children in the world's schools
  • Encourage the use of School Psychologists in countries where they are not currently being used
  • Promote the psychological rights of all children all over the world
  • Initiate and promote cooperation with other organizations working for purposes similar to those of ISPA in order to help children and families

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  International Society of Addiction Journal Editors [ISAJE]   

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International Society of Addiction Journal Editors
4 Windsor Walk
London SE5 8AF
UK

+44/20/7703 5787 fax


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The non-profit International Society of Addiction Journal Editors [ISAJE] was formed in 2001. ISAJE holds annual meetings, develops guidelines on ethics, and provides support for the developing world and non-English language journals and education and training of authors and editorial staff.

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  International Society of Addiction Medicine [ISAM]   

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International Society of Addiction Medicine
c/o N el-Guebaly, President, ISAM
Addiction Centre
Foothills Hospital
1403 - 29 Street NW
Calgary AB T2N 2T9
Canada

403/944-2350
403/944-2056 fax

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The International Society of Addiction Medicine [ISAM] is a membership-based organization, an international society of physicians for whom addiction is a preventable and treatable disease. ISAM was founded in 1998.

There is growing empirical evidence that physicians worldwide can play a major role in the management of addiction, and that the field of Addiction Medicine is becoming an essential medical speciality.

Objectives:

  • Advancement of Addiction seen as a treatable disease
  • Recognition that physicians worldwide have a major role to play in its management
  • Enhancement of the credibility of the physician's role
  • Emphasis of the importance of educational activities
  • Establishment of consensus documents and practice guidelines

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  International Society for Adolescent Psychiatry and Psychology [ISAPP]   


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International Society for Adolescent Psychiatry and Psychology


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The International Society for Adolescent Psychiatry and Psychology [ISAPP] is an organization composed of mental health professionals - psychiatrists, psychologists and social workers - working with troubled adolescents in several parts of the world. The organization was established in 1984 as a non-profit international professional society to fill a void in the mental health arena. It is the only psychiatric institution at the international level to be exclusively devoted to the mental health of adolescents. Modelled on an American precursor, the American Society for Adolescent Psychiatry [ASAP], it seeks to provide a forum for intellectual exchange among professionals concerned with troubled adolescents.

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  International Society of Advance Care Planning and End of Life Care [ACPEL]   

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International Society of Advance Care Planning and End of Life Care
91-97 Islington Street
Collingwood VIC 3066
Australia

+61/3/9417 0888
+61/3/9417 0899 fax

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The International Society of Advance Care Planning and End of Life Care [ACPEL] was established in 2010.

Objectives:

  • Promote universal access to quality advance care planning
  • Promote excellence in care for people near the end of life
  • Promote the provision of physical, psycho-emotional and spiritual care in the context of advance care planning and end of life care

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  International Society for Affective Disorders [ISAD]   

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International Society for Affective Disorders
Institute of Psychiatry
King's College London
PO72 De Crespigny Park
Denmark Hill
London SE5 8AF
United Kingdom

+44/20/7848 0295
+44/20/7848 0298 fax

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The International Society for Affective Disorders [ISAD] exists to promote research into the affective disorders through all relevant scientific disciplines, including genetics, neuroscience and the social and behavioural sciences. Inter-disciplinary research approaches are particularly highly valued by the society. Although the affective disorders are not a clearly delineated group of illnesses they include unipolar and bipolar depression, generalised anxiety disorder, and more specific anxiety disorders such as agoraphobia, panic disorder and social phobia, obsessive-compulsive disorder and post traumatic stress disorder [PTSD]. There is a high level of similarity and co-morbidity between these illnesses and it is sensible to consider them as a single group.

The official publication of ISAD is the Journal of Affective Disorders.

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  International Society for Behavioral Ecology   

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International Society for Behavioral Ecology
38601 East Carmel Valley Road
Carmel Valley, CA 93924

408/659-3649 fax

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  International Society of Behavioral Medicine [ISBM]   

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International Society of Behavioral Medicine
Christiesgate 13
5015 Bergen
Norway

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The International Society of Behavioral Medicine [ISBM] is a federation of national societies, whose goal is to serve the needs of all health-related disciplines concerned with issues relevant to behavioral medicine. Each national society includes both biomedical and behavioral scientists. The function of the ISBM is to conduct activities that stimulate research and practice and coordinate communication and interaction within the world-wide behavioral medicine community.

The official publication of ISBM is the International Journal of Behavioral Medicine.

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  International Society for Behavioural Neuroscience [ISBN]   

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International Society for Behavioural Neuroscience
c/o Jeri S Janowsky, PhD
Department of Neurology, L-226
Oregon Health Science University
3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Road
Portland, OR 97201-3098

503/494-7872
503/494-7499 fax

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The International Society for Behavioural Neuroscience [ISBN] is a group of "young" neuroscientists (generally less than 10 years since PhD) whose research is directed toward understanding the relations between brain function and behaviour. the membership is limited to 150, with at least 50% conducting research with human subjects.

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  International Society for Biomedical Research on Alcoholism [ISBRA]   

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  International Society on Biotelemetry [ISOB]   

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International Society on Biotelemetry
3 Avenue Moliere
F-67200 Strasbourg
France

+33/388263538


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The field of biotelemetry encompasses a growing number of disciplines ranging from medical telemetry for patient monitoring and human research to studies on fish and wildlife that address natural resource issues. Unprecedented advances in electronics and telecommunications are providing new approaches and tools for scientists in these fields. These advances can substantially enhance one's ability to meet research or management goals, yet it is often a challenge to keep up with the available technology.

The purpose of the International Society on Biotelemetry [ISOB] is to encourage the effective use of telemetry by promoting the exchange of information between people in related fields.

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  International Society for Bipolar Disorders [ISBD]   

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International Society for Bipolar Disorders
PO Box 7168
Pittsburgh, PA 15213-0168

412/605-1412
412/605-1415 fax

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The non-profit International Society for Bipolar Disorders [ISBD] was launched in 1999. The purpose of the ISBD is to be the internationally recognized forum to foster ongoing international collaboration, education, research and advances in the treatment and in all aspects of bipolar disorders. Membership is open to mental health professionals, to persons affected by bipolar disorder and their families.

The official publication of the International Society for Bipoar Disorders is Bipolar Disorders.

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  International Society for Bonding Psychotherapy [ISBP]   

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International Society for Bonding Psychotherapy

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  International Society on Brain and Behaviour   

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International Society on Brain and Behaviour
c/o K N Fountoulakis

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  International Society for Brain Electromagnetic Topography [ISBET]   

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  International Society for Clinical Biostatistics [ISCB]   



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The International Society for Clinical Biostatistics [ISCB] was founded in 1978 to stimulate research on principles and methodologies used in design and analysis of clinical research and to increase the relevance of statistical theory to the real world of clinical medicine.

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  International Society for Computer Aided Surgery   

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  International Society for Comparative Psychology [ISCP]   

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International Society for Comparative Psychology
Department of Psychology
University of New Castle
NSW 2308
Australia

+61/49/216902 fax


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The International Society for Comparative Psychology [ISCP] is organized for the purpose of encouraging the teaching, theoretical development, and experimental investigation of comparative psychology; that is, the study of the evolution and development of behaviour. The ISCP is an affiliate of the International Union of Psychological Sciences.

The official publication of ISCP is the International Journal of Comparative Psychology [IJCP].

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  International Society for Cultural and Activity Research [ISCAR]   

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International Society for Cultural and Activity Research

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The International Society for Cultural and Activity Research [ISCAR] was formed in 2002 by merger of the Society for Sociocultural Research (founded in 1987) and the Society for Sociocultural Studies [SSCS].

The purpose of ISCAR is to promote and develop multidisciplinary theoretical and empirical research on societal, cultural and historical dimensions of human practices.

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  International Society for Developmental Neuroscience [ISDN]   

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International Society for Developmental Neuroscience
c/o John Steeves
Director, International Collaboration on Repair Discoveries
2469 - 6270 University Boulevard
University of British Columbia
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z4
Canada

604/822-2673
604/822-2924 fax

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The International Society for Developmental Neuroscience [ISDN] is an organization of basic and clinical scientists interested in the development of the nervous system in the broadest sense. ISDN members are also interested in aspects of aging, as well as neuronal dysfunctions associated with trauma or disease.

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  International Society for Developmental Psychobiology [ISDP]   

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Mark Stanton, Treasurer
Neurotoxicology Division
National Health and Environmental Effects Research Lab, MD-74B
Research Triangle Park, NC, 27711


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The purposes of the International Society for Developmental Psychobiology [ISDP] are:
  • Promote and encourage research on the development of behavior in all organisms, including humans, with special attention to the effects of biological factors operating at any level of organization. Such research may involve both descriptive and experimental methods and may be undertaken under either natural or controlled conditions.
  • Facilitate communication of research results and theory in the area of Developmental Psychobiology through the use of both professional and popular printed media and through the presentation of papers at the annual meeting of the Society.
  • Foster application of the valid findings of research to human affairs in a way beneficial to mankind.

The official publication of ISDP is Developmental Psychobiology.

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  International Society for Ecological Psychology [ISEP]   

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William M Mace
Dept. of Psychology
300 Summit Street
Hartford, CT 06106-3100

860/297-2343
860/297-2538 fax


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The International Society for Ecological Psychology was founded in 1981 in the wake of the First International Conference on Event Perception. The Society now has about 330 members from 24 countries.

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  International Society for ECT and Neurostimulation [ISEN]   

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Association for Convulsive Therapy
5454 Wisconsin Avenue
Suite 1220
Chevy Chase, MD 20815

301/951-7220
301/299-4918 fax


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The International Society for ECT and Neurostimulation [ISEN] (formerly the Association for Convulsive Therapy [ACT]) is an international, non-profit organization, established in 1976 to promote the safe, ethical and effective use of electroconvulsive therapy through education and scientific research.

The official journal of ACT is The Journal of ECT.

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  International Society for Existential Psychology and Psychotherapy [ISEPP]   

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International Society for Existential Psychology and Psychotherapy
c/o Trinity Western University
Graduate Counselling Psychology Department
7600 Glover Road
Langley, BC V2Y 1Y1
Canada

604/513-2034
604/513-2010 fax

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The International Society of Existential Psychology and Psychotherapy [ISEPP] is the first professional division of the International Network on Personal Meaning [INPM].

The mission of ISEPP is to advance existential psychology and therapy as one of the major forces within mainstream psychology.

Objectives:

  • Promote the development of human sciences and the study of human experiences
  • Provide a forum, through its journals and conferences, for the exchange and cross-fertilization or ideas
  • Facilitate international cooperation and synergism
  • Improve the human condition through the application of existential psychology and therapy
  • Serve as an umbrella organization for the larger existential community

The broad umbrella will encompass humanistic-existential psychology, existential-phenomenological psychology, logotherapy and existential analysis, integrative meaning-centred counselling, and various forms of narrative, social constructionist psychology and therapy.

The official publication of the ISEPP is the International Journal for Existential Psychology and Psychotherapy [IJEPP].

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  International Society for Gerontechnology [ISG]   

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International Society for Gerontechnology
Den Dolech 2, Matrix 1.05
5600 MB (PO Box 513)
Eindhoven
The Netherlands

+40/247 5040
+40/247 5923 fax

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The International Society for Gerontechnology [ISG] was established in 1997 as a non-profit multidisciplinary organization with scientific and professional goals focusing on effectiveness in creating technological environments for innovative and independent living and social participation of persons in good health, comfort, and safety. ISG has branches worldwide.

Objectives:

  • Promote cultural and scientific, international exchanges between researchers and engineers of all disciplines, designers and architects, related industries, organizations and professionals in the field of comfort, welfare and health for the ageing and aged
  • Encourage the creation of international research networks as well as international experiments of applied nature, in order to reinforce, by a wider dissemination of information, international potentialities in gerontechnology and to participate in their assessment to contribute to the promotion of international programmes in gerontechnology
  • Encourage the creation of research networks as well as networks of professionals, in order to reinforce, by a wider dissemination the participation in specific educational training courses, for engineers, vocational professionals, as well as for administrators and industrial management
  • Cooperate closely with all similar international organizations and with all national bodies, governmental and non-governmental, concerned with gerontechnology
  • Involve the older citizen in all relevant activities

The official publication of ISG is Gerontechnology.

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  International Society of Gerontology   


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Samuel Bravo-Williams, MD, President
International Society of Gerontology
Jojutia No. 91
Tlalpan CP 14090
Mexico DF

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  International Society for Health and Human Rights [ISHHR]   

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International Society for Health and Human Rights
Urtegata 50
0187 Oslo
Norway

+47/22/68 22 20
+47/22/57 00 88 fax

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The International Society for Health and Human Rights [ISHHR] was established in 1993 to bring together health workers concerned with the impact on health of persecution, torture and other human rights violations. ISHHR organizes health professionals working in the field of human rights violations and health. A primary aim is to promote public and professional awareness of the consequences of human rights violations on health and communities. The organization focuses on the development of professional actions, such as the identification and assessment of the consequences of organized violence, methods of intervention, and strengthening the communication and exchange of experience among professionals in this field all around the world.

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  International Society for the History of the Neurosciences [ISHN]   

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International Society for the History of the Neurosciences
c/o Duane E Haines
Department of Anatomy
University of Mississippi Medical Center
2500 North State Street
Jackson, MS 39216-4505

601/984-1640
601/984-1655 fax


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The International Society for the History of the Neurosciences was founded in Montreal on May 14, 1995. Its mission is to:
  • Improve communication between individuals and groups interested in the history of neuroscience
  • Promote research in the history of neuroscience
  • Promote education in and stimulate interest for the history of neuroscience

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  International Society for Human Ethology [ISHE]   

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International Society for Human Ethology

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Founded in 1972, the International Society for Human Ethology [ISHE] aims at promoting ethological perspectives in the scientific study of humans worldwide. It encourages empirical research in all fields of human behavior using the full range of methods developed in biology and the human behavioral sciences and operating within the conceptual framework provided by evolutionary theory. The Society aims at promoting the exchange of knowledge and opinions concerning human ethology with all the other empirical sciences of human behavior. It administers its funds to support this purpose. ISHE has approximately 425 individuals in 36 countries and in many disciplines.

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  International Society of Human Ethology   

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  International Society for Humor Studies [ISHS]   

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  International Society of Hypnosis [ISH]   

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International Society of Hypnosis
c/o Eric Vermetten, MD, PhD
Department of Military Psychiatry
Central Military Hospital
University Medical Center Utrecht
Heidelberglaan 100
3584 CX Utrecht
The Netherlands

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The International Society of Hypnosis [ISH] is dedicated to improving clinical practice and research, as well as both formal and informal communication, pertinent to the scientific use of hypnosis. It encourages cooperative relationships among different scientific disciplines that may be relevant to the study and application of hypnosis. Hypnosis is viewed not as an independent science but rather in the broader context of the psychological and neurological sciences. (Similarly, the therapeutic use of hypnosis is seen not as an independent specialty, but rather as a therapeutic modality which can be part of the armamentarium of health professionals).

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  International Society on Infant Studies [ISIS]   

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International Society on Infant Studies


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The International Society on Infant Studies is a not-for-profit professional organization devoted to the promotion and dissemination of research on the development of infants. Membership in the Society is open to anyone with an advanced degree in any discipline related to infant development.

The Society sponsors a conference every two years where researchers and practicioners come together to present and discuss the latest research and theory in infant development.

The official publication of ISIS is Infancy.

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  International Society for Interpersonal Acceptance and Rejection [ISIPAR]   

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The International Society for Interpersonal Acceptance and Rejection [ISIPAR] was formed in 2006 to encourage research and practice related to issues of interpersonal acceptance and rejection, including but not limited to parental acceptance-rejection, peer acceptance-rejection, acceptance-rejection in adult relationships and in other attachment relationships throughout the lifespan.

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  International Society for Interpersonal Psychotherapy [isiPT]   

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The International Society for Interpersonal Psychotherapy [isiPT] is a professional, scientific organisation whose mission is to provide accurate information on the application of Interpersonal Psychotherapy for a range of mental health disorders.

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  International Society for the Investigation of Stress [ISIS]   

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  International Society for Knowledge Organization [ISKO]   

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General Secretariat
International Society for Knowledge Organization Woogstrasse 36a
D- 60431 Frankfurt
Germany

+49/69/52 36 90
+49/69/52 05 66 fax


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The International Society for Knowledge Organization [ISKO] was founded in 1989 with the purpose of functioning both on a national and international level as the connecting link between any and all institutions concerned with conceptual questions pertaining to the organization and processing of knowledge. It wishes to contribute to an intensified and accelerated exchange of experience, thereby helping to fill a widespread need for clarification and expansion of existing knowledge in this field.

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  International Society for Mental Health Online [ISMHO]   

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International Society for Mental Health Online

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International Society for Mental Health Online [ISMHO] is a nonprofit organization formed in 1997 to promote the understanding, use and development of online communication, information and technology for the international mental health community.

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  International Society for Neuroimaging in Psychiatry [ISNIP]   

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International Society for Neuroimaging in Psychiatry
c/o K Maurer
Department of Psychiatry I
Johann Wolfgang Goethe University
Heinrich-Hoffmann-Straße 10
DE 60528 Frankfurt
Germany




+49/69/6301 5125
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The International Society for Neuroimaging in Psychiatry [ISNIP] was founded in 1988.

The official publication of ISNIP is Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging.

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  International Society of Neurobiology and Psychopharmacology   

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  International Society for Neurochemistry [ISN]   

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International Society for Neurochemistry

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The aims of the International Society for Neurochemistry are to:
  • Facilitate the worldwide advance of neurochemistry and related neuroscience disciplines
  • Foster the education and development of neurochemists, particularly of young and emerging investigators

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  International Society of Neuropathology   

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The International Committee of Neuropathology, founded in 1950, was re-formed in Copenhagen in 1967 as the International Society of Neuropathology, a non-profit making scientific organisation.

The aims of the Society are to further the science of neuropathology by:

  • Initiating and maintaining permanent co-operation between national and regional societies of neuropathology
  • Fostering the formation of national and regional societies of neuropathology
  • Fostering and maintaining links with other international organisations in the field of neurological sciences and in the various appropriate branches of neuropathology
  • Initiation of international congresses, meetings, colloquia, symposia and research projects in the field of neuropathology
  • Encouraging the exchange of information and the publication of matters relevant to the science of neuropathology in its official journal and other publications
  • Encouraging the exchange of persons engaged in neuropathology as between one country and another with special reference to those undergoing training

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