Membership Info

We have moved to a new membership management system. If you are a current, paid member through the end of 2019, you were sent an email with instructions for logging in/setting up your account. If you are not a currently paid member, you will need to join/re-enroll as a "new member". To continue, click here.

IARR Membership Categories and Fees

Regular Member - 1 year - $66.00 (USD)
Subscription period: 1 year. No automatically recurring payments.
Valid 1 full yr; Includes web access to both journals (JSPR & PR).

Regular Member - 2 years - $125.40 (USD)
Subscription period: 2 years. No automatically recurring payments.
Valid 2 full yrs; Includes 5%/year discount & web access to both journals (JSPR & PR).

Student/Reduced Fee/Emeritus Member - 1 year - $48.00 (USD)
Subscription period: 1 year. No automatically recurring payments.
Valid 1 full yr; Includes web access to both journals (JSPR & PR).

Student/Reduced Fee/Emeritus Member - 2 years - $90.00 (USD)
Subscription period: 2 years. No automatically recurring payments.
Valid 2 yrs; Includes 5%/yr discount & web access to both journals (JSPR & PR).

Reduced Fee/Student Member, Print-on-Demand (1 year) - $108.00 (USD)
Subscription period: 1 year. No automatically recurring payments.
Valid 1 full yr; Includ. web access & print copies of both journals (JSPR & PR).

Regular Member , Print-on-Demand (1 year) - $146.00 (USD)
Subscription period: 1 year. No automatically recurring payments.
Valid 1 full yr; Includ. web & print access to both journals (JSPR & PR).

IARR Membership Benefits

All members receive two annual newsletters, IARR announcements, discounts on conference registration fees, access to the membership directory, and publisher discounts.

Regular Members and Student/Reduced Fee Members also receive access to JSPR and PR (either the online option or the "full paper" option).

Student/reduced fee members include:
(1) current students in a field related to the study of personal relationships. Upon completion of a graduate degree in a field that involves the study of personal relationships, student members automatically become eligible for regular membership.

(2) those currently employed as a faculty member in a field related to the study of personal relationships or who work in a professional practice related to personal relationships and who reside in a country designated by the World Bank as anything other than a high-income economy (country income status can be checked here).

(3) those formerly employed as a faculty member in a field related to the study of personal relationships, including retired and emeritus faculty, or who worked in professional practice related to personal relationships.

Reduced fee members must provide proof of their relevant status within seven (7) days of web sign-up. For students, a brief email from a faculty member sent directly to the IARR Treasurer will serve as proof.