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ICP Awards Information

The Dayan-O'Roark In-Absentia Research and Graduate Student Poster Awards

These awards are presented at the ICP conference to encourage participation in the conference by students who are not attending the conference. Posters are submitted to the program comittee, and those that are accepted are printed and sent to the ICP conference local organizers for display. Posters remain on display through out the entire conference. Selection is made of "best" poster and runner ups and announced in the conference awards ceremony. Receipients receive an award certificate.

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The Denmark-Grunwald Feminist Research and Service Award

This award is presented to honor a member of the ICP who has the history of research and service that directly benefits the health, promotion and well-being of women in work. 

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Past Receipients

2012:  Dr. Ana Guil, Sevilla Univesrity, Spain

The Seisoh Sukemune / Bruce Bain Encouragement of Early Career Research Award

This award recognizes outstanding early career contributions to scholarly endeavors addressing psychological issues of a universal of multinational significance. 

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Past Recipients 

2017   Dr. Swati Bajpai, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi, INDIA
2016   Dr. Hiroaki Kawamichi from Gunma University, JAPAN
2015   Mr. Joshua Wright, University of Western Ontario, CANADA
2014   Dr. Melody Chao, Hong Kong U. Science & Technology CHINA
2013   Dr. Angela K.y. Leung, Singapore Management University, SINGAPORE
2012   Dr. Diana Boer, Bremen, GERMANY
     
2004   Ms. Mikayo Ando, Health Science Laboratory, Gakugei University, Tokyo, JAPAN
Psychological Factors and the Impact of Intervention on Japanese Adolescent Aggressive Behaviors
2002   Ms. Serena Cheng, Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica, Taipei, TAIWAN
Different voices from two Asian nations : Social relationships among Taiwanese and Japanese college students.
2001   Ms. Yumi Suzuki, Nagoya University, JAPAN: Cross-cultural comparability in the relationship of attribution for academic success and failure with self-esteem and self-consciousness.
2000   Dr. Ng Aik Kwang, Nanyang Technological University, SINGAPORE
Why creators are dogmatic people, “nice” people are not creative, and creative people are not “nice.”
1999   Dr. Cecilia Cheng, Division Social Science, The Hong Kong University, HONG KONG
Social Relations and Psychological Distress: Toward a variability approach to subclinical depression.

 

The Frances Mullen Distinguished Contribution to International Psychology Award

This award is presented to honor a member of the ICP who has a long and distinguished history of research or applied contributions to one or more international areas. The receipientreceived a plaque and is asked to give an invited talk at the next year's ICP meeting.

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The Fukuhara Advanced International Research and Service Award

This award is given to a mid-career or senior level psychologist with distinguished contributions to international psychology in research and service. The receipient is asked to give an invited talk at the ICP covention the year after the award is received.
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Past Recipients:

2017:  Dr. Uwe Gielen

2016: Dr. Janel Gauthier

2015: Dr. Merry Bullock

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