International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development (ISSBD)
Société internationale pour l'étude du développement du comportement
3 May 1969. Registered in accordance with Dutch law, 14 Jul 1972, Amsterdam (Netherlands). Statutes amended Jul 1972; Sep 1977, Pavia (Italy); 1992.
Promote discovery, dissemination and application of scientific knowledge about behavioural development throughout life - infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood and old age; promote application of findings to improving lives of people at all stages in life; promote interaction and collaboration within the international community of behavioural scientists. Objectives: integration of research into the behaviour of different age groups; integration of methods of and approaches to study of development; integration of different national research projects in similar areas; exchange of information concerning planned and current research.
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General Assembly (at least every 2 years). Executive Committee, comprising Steering Committee (President, Past President, President-Elect, Secretary General and Treasurer/Membership Secretary) and 8 members. Editor. Conference Committee, comprising Chairman (chosen by Executive Committee), Secretary General and members.
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