The College is comprised of the following classes of membership:
- Associate Members
Associate Members shall be eligible to participate in all activities of the College but will have no voting privileges other than voting for the Associate Member(s) nominees for Council. Associate Members may not propose amendments to the Constitution and By-Laws, make nominations for elected offices, or sponsor candidates for membership.
Members shall be eligible to vote and to participate in all activities of the College including sponsoring applicants for membership, except to hold office, serve as official members of the Ethics Committee or the Nominating Committee, or propose amendments to the Constitution and By-Laws.
Fellows shall be eligible to participate in all activities of the College and to hold office, vote, serve as official members of the Constitutional Committees, propose amendments to the Constitution and By-Laws, make nominations for elected office, and sponsor candidates for membership.
Emeritus Status: Fellows and Members who have been members of the College for at least (10) years and have reached the age of 65 may apply for Emeritus Status. Fellows and Members who have been granted Emeritus Status shall receive all official material distributed to the membership. Emeritus Status Members, however, shall not pay dues and may or may not attend annual meetings.
50th Anniversary Video featuring Joel Elkes, M.D.
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Happy Throwback Thursday! ACNP 2022 Annual Meeting: Ana Mendes-Silva, Carolina Cappi, and Leonardo Saraiva
Are We Compulsively Chasing Rainbows? @BrainAddiction @SergeAhmed @The_Gilp highlight conceptual and technical limitations associated with the use of the concept of compulsivity in addiction and suggest ways the field can better model and treat addiction https://rdcu.be/c4Es0
NPP and Member in the news: Scientists reveal why common anti-depressants cause emotional ‘blunting’ in users http://bit.ly/3JtlW3X Check out Prof. Sahakian's full NPP manuscript at http://bit.ly/3RiOE9H @npp_journal @BJSahakian