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.
Send nomination to Nancy Baker, PhD, at
• The Ernest R. Hilgard Award is a
$1,500 prize for a career contribution to
general psychology. Send nomination to
Janet Sigal, PhD, at Janet2822@aol.com.
• The George A. Miller Award is
a $1,500 prize for a recent paper that
contributes to the division’s ideals and
mission. Send nomination to Joan
Chrisler, PhD, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
• 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.
Send nomination to Wade Pickren, PhD,
• 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. Send nomination to
Carrol Perrino, PhD, at email@example.com.
For more information on each award, visit www.
Nominations and supporting materials are due Feb. 15.
Self-nominations are welcome.
Nominate a colleague
for a Div. 7 award
Div. 7 (Developmental) is seeking nominations for the
following awards. Send nominations to the chair listed for each
award by March 15.
• The Boyd McCandless Award recognizes young scientists
who have made distinguished contributions to developmental
psychology. Send to Felix Warneken, PhD, at warneken@wjh.
• The Early Career Outstanding Paper Award recognizes a
graduate student or early career scientist who has published, or
has in press, an outstanding paper in the previous year. Send to
Gail S. Goodman, PhD, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
• The Eleanor Maccoby Book Award in Developmental
Psychology recognizes an author of a book that has had a
profound effect on one or more of the areas represented by Div.
7. Send to Kali Trzesniewski, PhD, at email@example.com.
• The G. Stanley Hall Award for Distinguished Contribution
Div. 42 launches two mentoring programs
• The ABPP Clinical Psychology Program is for psychologists who want
Div. 42 (Psychologists in Independent Practice) has launched
Mentorshoppe, its clearinghouse for clinical psychology mentoring
opportunities. Mentorshoppe is accepting applicants for two different types
of mentoring programs:
• The Student/ECP Program is for students and early career psychologists
seeking advice from experienced clinicians on such topics as navigating
clinical training and how to set up a private practice.
guidance through the ABPP certification process.
For more information about Mentorshoppe, go to www.division42.
org/content/welcome-mentorshoppe. For more information on Div. 42
membership benefits, go to www.division42.org.