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The BAP was founded in 1974, with the general intention of bringing together those from clinical and experimental disciplines as well as members of the pharmaceutical industry involved in the study of psychopharmacology. To this end the Association arranges scientific meetings, fosters research and teaching, encourages publication of results of research and provides guidance and information to the public on matters relevant to psychopharmacology, where appropriate.

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Member Activities


Sarah Bailey
The Art of the Brain

Public engagement exhibition 6th - 25th March 2014
6th March 2014

Val Curran
Euro Parliament: How can drug science inform drug policy?

Public Hearing: A new approach to European drug policy for the 21st century
5th March 2014

Ciara McCabe
Reading Post: University researchers appeal for volunteers to help with study of eating disorders

28th February 2014

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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 at Cheltenham Science Festival
    on 3rd April 2014

    Ciara McCabe will be speaking at this year's Cheltenham Science Festival, discussing 'Food on the Brain' with Phil Burnet
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  2. Anxiety Guidelines Updated
    on 31st March 2014

    Updated BAP Guidelines for the pharmacological treatment of Anxiety Disorders are now available for download
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  3. ADHD Guidelines Updated
    on 18th February 2014

    Updated BAP Guidelines for the pharmacological management of ADHD are now available for download
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