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  • Division membership is free and you may belong to more than one division
  • Participate in creating scientific programming for the annual meeting
  • Network with people in your field at mixers and division programs
  • Participate in running the division and planning activities
  • Receive special notices about events and activities of interest in your field

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If you are already a member of ASPET and would like to join an ASPET division or make changes to your current divisions:

  1. Login using the MEMBER LOGIN box on the left. If you do not recall your username and/or password, please contact membership@aspet.org or call us at (301) 634-7060
  2. Click on Member Homepage 
  3. Click on Update My Information 
  4. Check that we have your correct information and scroll down to the "Division Information" section to make your changes
  5. Click on Update This Account 

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If you are not yet an ASPET member, you must become a member to join our divisions. To apply for membership, fill out the online membership application. To learn more about our membership benefits, click here.

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Division Goals


  • To be the primary resource within ASPET for expertise in the investigation of drug effects on behavior.

  • To foster scholarship and discuss recent innovations in behavioral pharmacology, including research and publication.

  • To meet annually to share information and to discuss issues that are important to behavioral pharmacology.

  • To promote and enhance the scientific development of students and postdoctoral fellows in the Behavioral Pharmacology Division of ASPET.

  • To strengthen the role and to increase the collective voice of behavioral pharmacology in ASPET.

  • To foster linkages between the Behavioral Pharmacology Division and other divisions of ASPET and with other FASEB societies.