Apply for the Div. 1 awards
Div. 1 (Society for General Psychology) seeks nominations for
its 2015 awards.
• The William James Book Award is a $1,500 prize that
honors a recent book that emphasizes the effort to bring
together diverse subfields of psychology.
• The Ernest R. Hilgard Award is a $1,500 prize for a career
contribution to general psychology.
• The George A. Miller Award is a $1,500 prize for a recent
paper that contributes to the division’s ideals and mission.
• The Arthur W. Staats Lecture for Unifying Psychology
is a $1,000 prize that honors noteworthy contributions to
assimilating psychology’s subfields. The winner presents a talk at
the 2016 APA Annual Convention in Denver, Aug. 4–7.
• The Anne Anastasi General Psychology Graduate Student
Awards recognize two outstanding students — one within the
first two years of graduate school and one who has completed
two years of graduate work. Each receives a $300 prize.
For more information, visit www.apadivisions.org/
division-1/awards/ index.aspx. Nominations and supporting
materials are due Feb. 15. Self-nominations are welcome.
Re-experience the Div. 15 fall conference
Div. 15 (Educational) has posted summaries on its website at
www.apadiv15.org of the four working group sessions held
during its inaugural Advances in Educational Psychology
Conference, held Oct. 24–25 in Fairfax, Virginia. The conference
sessions focused on “Research into Practice,” “Technology in
the Classroom,” “Principles and Mechanisms of Change,” and
“Culture and Social Influences in the Classroom.” For more
information, contact Wade George at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Div. 18 welcomes manuscripts for Psychological
Services special section
The Div. 18 (Psychologists in Public Service) journal
Psychological Services is seeking submissions for a special issue on
“Public Mental Health Innovations: From Theory to Practice,”
to be edited by Philip Magaletta, PhD, Femina P. Varghese,
PhD, and Anne Klee, PhD. The journal is interested in articles
that offer a fresh look at continuing problems and challenges
in public mental health, and first looks at addressing emerging
issues. Papers should focus on organized care settings, such as
police departments, jails, schools and community health centers.
The journal will give priority to manuscripts with empirical
data on process, outcome and effectiveness, but will consider
well-developed manuscripts on conceptual and policy issues.
The submission deadline is May 31. Follow the “Instructions
to Authors” information on the Psychological Services website
at www.apa.org/pubs/journals/ser and submit manuscripts at
www.editorialmanager.com/svs/. Direct questions to Philip
Magaletta, PhD, at email@example.com.
Apply for Div. 29 research grants
Div. 29 (Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy) seeks
applications for two types of grants:
• The Norine Johnson, PhD, Psychotherapy Research Grant,
which provides $10,000 to an early career psychologist for
research on factors that can shape a psychotherapist’s treatment
effectiveness, such as type of training and personal characteristics.
• The Charles J. Gelso, PhD, Psychotherapy Research
Grants program, which offers three $5,000 grants for research
on psychotherapy process or outcome. Graduate students, predoctoral interns, postdoctoral fellows, and early career and
seasoned psychologists are eligible.
The deadline for both awards is April 1. Find more details
on each grant at http://societyforpsychotherapy.org. Submit all
required materials to Tracey A. Martin, Div. 29 Central Office,
at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applicants will receive electronic
confirmation of their submission within 24 hours and are
encouraged to resubmit if they don’t receive confirmation.
Direct questions to Susan Woodhouse, PhD, at woodhouse@
lehigh.edu, and Tracey A. Martin at email@example.com.
Explore psychoanalysis as a Div. 39 scholar
APA’s Div. 39 (Psychoanalysis) welcomes applications from
early career psychologists and graduate students for its Scholars
Program, which introduces students and new clinicians to the
division. Selected scholars receive a $500 travel grant to attend the
division’s spring conference, “Life in Psychoanalysis in Life,” to be
held April 23–26 in San Francisco. Scholars receive the division’s
newsletter, journal and other publications at no cost and are
matched with a mentor to meet with once per month and at the
spring conference. Find more information at www.apadivisions.
org/division-39/about/awards/ scholars-program.aspx. Direct
further questions to Frank Summers, PhD, at Franksumphd@
gmail.com or Kris Yi, PhD, at firstname.lastname@example.org. n