Awards

Hunter Award – established in memory of Sir Thomas Hunter of Victoria University.

An award of considerable distinction that recognises excellence
in research in psychology. Value $1000, and the recipient is invited to
present the Sir Thomas Hunter Lecture at the NZPsS Conference in the year
following presentation. Offered biennially to Members.

Applicants must be Members of the Society for at least two years prior to
application. Curriculum Vitae should be accompanied two copies of
research published or accepted for publication within the past two years.
Applications must include the names of two referees who may be approached the Awards Committee.

Public Interest Award

Recognises valuable contributions to psychology in
the public interest. Value $1000. Offered biennially to Members.

Jamieson Award in Industrial/Organisational Psychology

Recognises the most notable contribution, in the Aotearoa/New Zealand context, to the development or enhancement of I/O Psychology through original research; dissemination of research and/or best practice; the sustained exemplary or innovative practice of I/O psychology; or the organization, supervision and/or mentoring of others. Value $1000. Offered biennially to Members.

C J Adcock Award – established in memory of Professor Cyril Adcock of Victoria University.

Recognises the most valuable and significant contribution in any of the following areas: the philosophy of science; psychological theory; personality; cybernetics; cognition; perception; linguistics; and the use of multivariate statistical techniques. Value $500.

Offered biennially to Members.

Applicants must be Members of the Society for at least two years prior to
application. Two copies relevant books and papers published or accepted for
publication within the last two years should be forwarded. Specialists
competent in the area of work of applicants may be consulted the Awards
Committee.

The President’s Scholarship

Offered annually to Maori, post-graduate
(Masters or higher level Psychology degree) university students, to support
the completion of research which is Maori-centred and of use to the Maori
community. Current value $2000. Information is circulated through university
psychology departments. See information poster online: President’s
Scholarship

Best Student Conference Paper Prize/s

Awarded each year to the Student Subscriber/s who present/s the best paper at the Society’s annual conference. Prize value $200 + Conference registration fee refund.

Call for Scholarships to the Erasmus Program

For the next academic year 2015-2016 the European Union offers scholarships to students and scholars of any nationality aiming to participate at the Master on Work, Organizational and Personnel Psychology (WOP-P).
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