About the Award
This award recognizes outstanding early career contributions to scholarly endeavors addressing psychological issues of a universal or multinational significance. It is designed to encourage research that systematically addresses the psychological dimensions affecting the quality of human life, and to enhance and reinforce the mission and goals of ICP. For the purpose of this award, “research” is broadly defined to include all paradigms of scholarly endeavor, such as laboratory experiments, field experiments, correlation and evaluation studies, historical studies and case studies. The recipient is expected to present an address at the ICP annual conference that relates to his/her research.
- An Honorarium of $200 USD, an award certificate, with waived conference registration fee
- An invitation to present at the ICP annual conference with waived conference registration fees
- ICP membership fee waived for the award year and the subsequent year
Criteria for Eligibility
- The recipient must be a psychologist who has no more than ten (10) years postdoctoral experience or a student. Nominations, including self-nominations, are invited from all over the world.
- Nominations must be accompanied by two letters of support by persons familiar with the nominee’s work.