The ACNS believes in an inclusive and respectful professional environment that Members and Non-Members find welcoming and open. The ACNS is committed to providing a safe, respectful and inclusive space at all organised ACNS functions and events, both in person and online.

ACNS wants to encourage respect, inclusivity, and cooperation in our pursuit of excellence in cognitive neuroscience research and education. We expect that all individuals who participate in any ACNS functions or events should adhere to and demonstrate the expected behaviour outlined in the Code of Conduct.

The Code of Conduct outlines the Society’s expected behaviours with the aim to create a safe space for Members and Non-Members participating in conferences, online webinars, social events and all online content posted relating to the activities of the ACNS and its members.

If you would like to report an incident contravening the Code of Conduct at any ACNS event, or wish to provide some feedback on the conduct of any ACNS event, please email All correspondence to this email address will be treated with the utmost confidence and sensitivity by a subgroup of the ACNS Executive.