By means of electrochemical oxidative polymerization, poly (1,3-phenylenediamine) films on a gold electrode were prepared at a potential of 0.8 V. The permeation properties of polymeric films at the different thickness were investigated by cyclic and differential pulse voltammetry techniques. Voltammetric studies showed that polymeric film at the 1.2 mC thickness exhibited selective permeation for dopamine while rejecting ascorbic acid. Then, all the polymerization parameters affecting the permselective characteristics were systematically investigated and the optimal values were determined. Moreover, stability of polymeric membrane was examined. The results showed that polymeric membrane, owing to permselective character, could be used as a dopamine selective membrane.