Membership

We encourage all psychophysiologists in the Australasian region to:

  1. Maintain the high quality of the Annual Conference
  2. Improve networking among psychophysiologists in the region
  3. Allow students to familiarise themselves with work from different laboratories
  4. Facilitate exchange programs for students and staff
  5. Develop a strong and cohesive group for the purposes of maximising research funding and infrastructure

Membership of the Society offers a number of benefits:

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Reduced registration fee for that year's conference

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Student Members who present their work are eligible for Presentation Awards

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Student Members are eligible for Travel Awards

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Lab website listing

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Waiver of joining fee for the International Organization of Psychophysiology (IOP) (see http://www.iopworld.org/)

Membership Fees

Current membership fees are shown below. Registration covers the period January 1 through December 31 (i.e., one calendar year).

Full Members

Are typically working in and/or have published scientific research in psychophysiology or related areas, and are typically members of one of the major recognised professional associations for psychology, medicine, neuroscience, biology, or engineering. At a minimum, to become a Full Member an applicant must have an interest in Psychophysiology and should have a degree from a tertiary institution or equivalent.

Student Members

Are required to be currently enrolled in an academic program, either undergraduate or postgraduate, in psychophysiology or a related area. Student status may be required to be certified annually by the student's research supervisor or Head of Department or delegate.

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