The Australian Psychological Society (APS) ePsychology Interest Group invites submission for the ePsychology Interest Group Student Research Prize – nominations close on 31 October 2015
The ePsychology Interest Group Student Research Prize encourages research on the use of psychological e-health strategies to support self-management to promote wellbeing, or address disorders or behavioural risks.
Nominees must have completed an Australian Psychological Accreditation Council accredited Honours or Postgraduate program within the previous 2 years. Nominees must have undertaken research on the use of psychological e-health strategies to support self-management to promote wellbeing, or address disorders or behavioural risks. The intervention should primarily be via an electronic device.
Candidates may nominate themselves or be nominated by their supervisor or their tertiary institution unit. Nominations are made by submitting a copy of the abstract for the research report or thesis.
The successful candidate for the ePsychology Interest Group Student Research Prize will:
- receive an award of A$500;
- be presented with a certificate;
- be offered complimentary registration to attend the next conference of the Interest Group, or complimentary registration to attend the APS Annual Conference if no Interest Group conference is being held; and
- receive complementary membership of the APS and the ePsychology Interest Group for a 12 month period
For more information see: https://www.psychology.org.au/Content.aspx?ID=4074
If you know of Australian students who may be eligible for this prize please consider nominating them or pass this information on to them.