held March 3–6, in Pittsburgh.
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Henderikus J. Stam earns
Joseph B. Gittler Award
APF has awarded the 2015
$7,500 Joseph B. Gittler Award
to Henderikus J. Stam, PhD, a
professor of psychology at the
University of Calgary. The prize
honors a psychologist who has made
outstanding scholarly contributions
to the philosophical foundations of
Stam is president of Div.
26 (Society for the History of
Psychology), a former president of
Div. 24 (Society for Theoretical and
Philosophical Psychology), and a
founding member and chair of the
Canadian Psychological Association’s
Section on History and Philosophy
of Psychology. He is also the former
president of the International Society
for Theoretical Psychology. Stam is
the founding editor of Theory and
For information on the Gittler
Award, go to www.apa.org/apf/
funding/ gittler.aspx. n
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The foundation will award nearly $800,000 in grants and scholarships
in 2015. Still, many worthy proposals go unfunded. APF must turn away
90 percent of the proposals from the many graduate students and early
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Roy Scrivner Memorial Grant:
Theodore Blau Early Career Award:
Theodore Millon Award in
Personality Psychology: Nov. 1
Annette Urso Rickel Scholarship:
Elizabeth Munsterberg Koppitz
Fellowships: Nov. 15
Gold Medal Awards for Life
Achievement: Dec. 1
Charles L. Brewer Distinguished
Teaching of Psychology Award:
Henry P. David Research and Travel
Grants: Dec. 1
Pearson Early Career Grant: Dec. 31
Div. 37 (Society for Child and Family
Policy and Practice) Diane J.
Willis Early Career Award:
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