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The BAP is a learned society and registered charity. It promotes research and education in psychopharmacology and related areas, and brings together people in academia, health services, and industry. Formed in 1974, it is the largest such national association in Europe, and the second largest in the world.

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Member Activities


Ciara McCabe
Inside Out South

Ciara talks about the brain and sugar
1st September 2014

Oliver Robinson
Lancet Psychiatry Podcast

Oliver Robinson talks about the neurobiology of anxiety disorders
14th August 2014

Stephen Lawrie
Antidepressants are not overprescribed

Talk at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe "Cabaret of Dangerous Ideas".
8th August 2014

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Psychopharmacology News

Food on the Brain at Cheltenham Science Festival published June 2014
by Liz Tunbridge, Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford

SOBP 2014: Hypothesis-driven science in the era of big data published June 2014
by Liz Tunbridge, Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford

Oxytocin: opening a window to the neural substrate of social behaviour published May 2014
by Dr Yannis Paloyelis, Department of Neuroimaging, Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London

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Psychopharmacology is the study of drugs that affect mood, behaviour and cognition. It aims to develop our understanding of the actions and effects of such drugs, which may include treatments for psychiatric disorders as well as substances that can be abused.

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  1. BAP Summer Meeting 2014 - Wednesday Digest by Michael Dalili
    on 24th July 2014

    Michael Dalili’s report from Wednesday morning

  2. BAP Summer Meeting 2014 - Wednesday Digest by Claire Mokrysz
    on 24th July 2014

    Claire Mokrysz’s Wednesday morning report

  3. BAP Summer Meeting 2014 - Wednesday Digest by Meg Fluharty
    on 24th July 2014

    Meg Fluharty’s Wednesday morning report

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