The Society gives two awards for distinguished contributions to psychophysiology:
AWARDS FOR DISTINGUISHED CONTRIBUTIONS TO PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
The Award for Distinguished Contributions to Psychophysiology is the highest honour given by the Society for Psychophysiological Research. It is given to an individual to recognize a sustained and distinguished contribution to Psychophysiology. It is awarded by the Senior Award Committee which consists of the Past President, the President and the President-Elect. Nominations for the award can be made by members of the Society and submitted to the President. This committee determines each year whether and to whom any such awards shall be made. View the winners from previous years.
AWARDS FOR DISTINGUISHED EARLY CAREER CONTRIBUTIONS TO PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
The Early Career Award is given to a member of SPR who has made noteworthy contributions to the field of psychophysiology. The period of eligibility is 8 years following completion of doctoral training. Nominations are sought annually from SPR members. View the winners from previous years.
STUDENT POSTER AWARDS
Research Training Grant
Due May 1, 2017 for funding to begin early September 2017.
The Education and Training Committee and the Committee to Promote Student Interests are pleased to announce that SPR will once again provide Research Fellowship Training Awards. The award will allow students or postdocs to obtain mentorship/training in psychophysiological assessment/analysis with experts in the field, which they could not get at their home institution. This could involve travel to a remote site or travel expenses for a remote mentor to visit the applicant’s lab. Each applicant may include a budget of up to $5,000.00 U.S. (although smaller budgeted applications are encouraged and would allow for more applications to be funded). Up to $500 of these funds can be used to defray SPR conference travel costs. Applications are short (3-5 pages) but require that applicants, mentors and proposed training sponsors also submit biosketches.
Recipients will be announced at the Saturday Business Luncheon at the SPR annual meeting in Minneapolis. The deadline for applications will be May 1, 2017. Award notices will be sent via email beginning June 1, 2017. If additional funds are available after June 1, 2017, a second application announcement will be made. Award notices will be sent within one month of this second announcement. Awardees will also be recognized at the Saturday Business Luncheon during the annual SPR meeting.
Eligibility: Preference for the award will be given to applicants, their current mentors and their proposed training sponsors who are active members of SPR, or who have a history of affiliation with SPR (e.g., previous membership, attendance at previous SPR meetings). However, all students or postdocs interested in obtaining mentorship/training in psychophysiology are encouraged to apply.
- Ann Haynos, University of Minnesota Medical Center, USA
- Keisha Novak, Purdue University, USA
- Alex Puhalla, Temple University, USA
- Sebastian Schindler, University of Bielefeld, Germany
- Ezra Smith, University of Arizona, USA
Dr. Jason Moser
Michigan State University, Department of Psychology
110B Psychology Building, East Lansing, MI 48824