The International Society for Research
in Child and Adolescent Psychopathology (ISRCAP) was founded in 1988 by Herbert C. Quay, so that mental health professionals
interested in child psychopathology would have a forum to exchange ideas concerning the nature and treatment of childhood
mental disorders. Since then, the society has grown to approximately 320 members worldwide. Members are interested in recent, basic and
applied research and current treatment strategies.
requires a Ph.D. or M.D., written endorsement from two ISRCAP members, and five publications in refereed journals, on one
of which the applicant is sole or first author. Membership dues are $150.00 USD per year and include a subscription to the Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology. Members are also
subscribed to the ISRCAP listserv.
Scholarships for the 2015 Conference are available for researchers traveling from low and low-middle income countries
and for graduate students and post-doctoral fellows.