Research Seminar Competition

The Competition provides grants to enable institutions to co-operate to hold a series of at least three scientific seminars.

The proposed seminars should have tangible goals and should focus on developing and extending the understanding of a psychological process in any field of scientific psychology.

Four grants are available each worth up to £3,000. These provide funding for travel and accommodation expenses for those attending the seminars.

How to Apply

As a minimum of two institutions will be involved, submissions should be made by a primary applicant and a co-applicant, at least one of whom should be a Society member. Further details and an application form are available from the Board Administrator.

The call for nominations is now closed. The next closing date for nominations is 1 July 2016.

Research Seminars Funded in 2015:

  • new frontiers of family: the psychological implications of emerging family forms. The Open University, University of the West of England, Birkbeck University of London 
  • Vestibular system: a system of mental life: Royal Holloway University of London, University of Kent, University College London, University of Southampton 
  • What can dreaming teach us about sleep-dependent memory consolidation? Bishop Grosseteste University, University of Manchester, University of Bedfordshire, Swansea University
  • Adolescent depressipn: building a holistic theoretical model to improve clinical intervention: University of Edinburgh, University of Reading, University of Glasgow


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