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 at least one co-applicant. All applicants must be a Society member. Further details and an application form are available from the Board Administrator.
The call for nominations is now open. The closing date for nominations is 30 June 2017.
Research Seminars Funded in 2016:
Engaging young people in health research: exploring innovative research designs to explore social challenges faced by young people with pain related health conditions. University of Bath and University of Stirling
Theory, methods and impact in the field of bullying in schools. Keele University, University of Strathclyde and Goldsmiths, University of London.
Does one thing lead to another? Behavioural spillover in theory and practice. Cardiff University, Sheffield University, University of Surrey and London School of Economics
Post-Brexit politics: a social psychological interrogation of community and citizenship. The Open University and London School of Economics