CSBBCS is an unlucrative organization whose major role is to improve the Canadian research in experimental behavior neuroscience and psychology. The Canadian Society for Brain, Behavior and Cognitive science is actively participating to inform to influence government, public and granting councils as they are the member of National Consortium of Scientific and Educational Societies.
The society every year holds an annual congress which consists of symposia, paper sessions, posters, business meetings, distinguished lecture and many high quality scientific interactions. The 6 executive committee member and the part time administrator look after the day-to-day operation. The students of the Society pay $40 and the regular members pay $70 per year. The Society will be in touch with the members through the electronic mail.Read More»