The prizes will be awarded during the forthcoming biennial EAPA conference at San Sebastian (Spain), 17-20, July, 2013.
Call for nominations for the awards will be posted on this website and announced through the members' listserv.
PhD Thesis Award
The PhD Thesis Award is a new prize for young researchers whose PhD thesis has made an important contribution to psychological assessment. The winner will receive 1,000 Euros, and two year EAPA membership dues will be also covered. This prize will be awarded every two years, and the award recipient will be invited to present his/her work at the opening ceremony of the biennial EAPA conference. The Association will waive the recipient’s registration fee to the conference and will offer him/her up to 500 Euros for travel and accommodation costs. Self-nominations or nominations made by the PhD supervisor will be accepted; either the nominee or the supervisor must be an EAPA member. The PhD Thesis Award Committee, consisting of five members of EAPA appointed by the EC, will decide on the award winners.
EAPA Award for Distinguished Scientific or Professional Contributions to Psychological Assessment
The EAPA Award for Distinguished Scientific or Professional Contributions to Psychological Assessment originated in 1994. It is endowed with 2000 Euros and is presented every 2 years to a European psychologist who has made a distinguished contribution to psychological assessment as a science or as a profession in the last 5 years. Peer-nominations are invited and have to include, apart from a short statement of reasons, a curriculum vitae and the list of most significant publications of the nominee.
The EAPA Award Committee, consisting of three members of EAPA appointed by the EC, will decide on the award winners. The award will be announced at the opening ceremony of the EAPA biennial conference.
Guidlines for PhD Thesis Award (pdf / 48 Kb)
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