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APS Albert Bandura Graduate Research Award
 
Purpose
To award the best overall graduate research by an APS and Psi Chi member.
The winner will receive:
  • A $1,200 cash award
  • A 3-year membership in APS
  • Subscriptions to all APS journals
  • Two engraved plaques—one for the winner and one for the psychology department as a permanent honor.

Description

  1. Do an empirical research project.
  2. Have the results of your research presented at a state, regional, or national psychology convention OR have your research published in a respectable psychology journal.
  3. Submit your paper for consideration for the award through the application link found at the bottom of the page.
  4. Results of the program will be announced within 60-90 days after the application deadline. The applicants will be notified of their results via the emails supplied in their submitted applications.

Eligibility

Psi Chi graduate members are eligible if they

  • have completed excellent research
  • have presented or published that research


 Please make note that you may only be a recipient of either the APA Newman Award or the APS Bandura Award.

 

Who is Albert Bandura?

Albert Bandura is one of the most well known psychologists in the world. He developed the social learning theory and is best known for his Bobo doll study.

 

For more information about eligibility and requirements, please click the "Preview/Apply" button below. This will lead to the main program page where this information and more can be viewed. If you have questions after reading all the information, please feel free to email us at awards@psichi.org.

Applications can be submitted approximately 30 days before the deadline, February 1st.

 




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Past Winners 


Jerika Norona

University of Tennessee, Knoxville
2013–14 winner

"Receiving this generous grant allowed me to attend the 26th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science in San Francisco, CA. While there, I learned about current developmental and clinical research on adolescence and emerging adults, as well as new developments in psychological assessment and psychotherapy. I also had the privilege to meet and network with fellow graduate students and faculty members from around the world. Additionally, the 3-year APS membership has also given me the opportunity to connect with undergraduate and graduate student members of the APS Student Caucus, which promotes students' pursuits in psychological science.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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