International Society for Comparative Psychology

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The International Society for Comparative Psychology was founded in 1980 and held its first meeting in 1983.

Purpose[edit]

The society:

  • Promotes the comparative study of behavior in human and nonhuman animals
  • Sponsors a biannual meeting
  • Publishes the scientific journal, the International Journal of Comparative Psychology (IJCP).

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