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American Psychoanalytic Association Scientific Paper Prize
The $1000 Scientific Paper Prize recognizes the most outstanding empirical research paper relevant to psychoanalysis published in the previous calendar year.
Sponsor: Committee on Scientific Activities - Subcommittee on Science Paper Prizes
Empirical research papers published in English in any peer-reviewed journal. Authors need not be APsaA members. Judges review the major psychoanalytic journals to identify papers for consideration, and encourage the submission of papers published elsewhere.
Deadline for submission is February 1 of the subsequent year. Electronic submission is encouraged, or five hard copies addressed to Chair of the Subcommittee on Science Paper Prizes.
Barbara Milrod, M.D., Chair
Tina Faison email@example.com
American Psychoanalytic Association
309 East 49th Street
New York, NY 10017
Ralph E. Roughton Paper Award
The Ralph Roughton Paper Award was established in 1998 to honor the founding Chairperson of APsaA’s Committee on Gay and Lesbian Issues. In its first decade, it gave formal recognition to outstanding published papers that deepened our psychoanalytic understanding of gay men and lesbians. In 2007, the mission of the Award was changed. In the years that it is awarded, the Ralph Roughton Paper Award is now given to an unpublished manuscript that, in the opinion of the judges, makes an original and outstanding contribution to the psychoanalytic understanding and/or treatment of lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgendered individuals.
The Award carries a cash prize of $500 and the author of the winning paper will be invited to present it at the National Meeting of the American Psychoanalytic Association in New York every January. The winner may submit his/her paper for review by the Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association and, if accepted, it will be published as the winner of the Ralph Roughton Paper Award.
Committee on Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transgender Issues
Papers must be unpublished (but may have been presented at professional meetings) and must conform to the Preparation of Submission Guidelines outlined by the Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association with the exception that the length should not exceed 30 double-spaced typed pages. Paper submissions are welcome from anyone regardless of institutional affiliation.
Email one Word document containing the manuscript with all references to the author deleted, and email another Word document containing the author’s name, email address, address, phone number, and any institutional affiliation to Carol B. Levin, M. D. (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Submissions are due August 31, 2013.
Co-Chairs, Ralph Roughton Paper Award
Don Spivak, M.D.
Carol B. Levin, M.D.
American Psychoanalytic Association Tuition Support for Academics
The Committee on Psychoanalysis & the Academy is offering tuition-support for academics to attend psychoanalytic training seminars at APsaA-accredited Institutes. Financial support will be available for Fall 2013 and any academic—either CORST candidates currently enrolled in training or others simply interested in gaining psychoanalytic knowledge for research—is encouraged to apply. These grants will be offered for tuition only (paid directly to your institute).
Submission requirements include:
-- a letter of request indicating the relation of seminar attendance to one’s academic research
-- a statement detailing tuition requirements at the Institute
-- a curriculum vitae
-- and a letter of support from the APsaA Institute Director or Dean where the seminars will be held.
Applications should be sent in PDF format to Debra Steinke Wardell at APsaA’s National Office at email@example.com.
The deadline for submission is August 15, 2013.
For further information, please contact Jeffrey Prager, Ph.D., Co-Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org.
American Psychoanalytic Association Award for Excellence in Journalism
The Award for Excellence in Journalism recognizes professional reporting of outstanding merit that contributes in an exceptional way to the public understanding of psychoanalytic and psychological principles and phenomena.
The $1,000 award is broadly conceived. Nominated work need not be specifically about psychoanalysis or psychotherapy per se. And, nominated work may critique or question psychoanalysis as long as it advances understanding of human relationships and/or the life of the mind.
The Award is juried by a panel of professional journalists as well as by psychoanalysts.
Sponsor: Committee on Public Information
Any person, including authors, may submit material. To be eligible, work must have been written in English, intended for the layperson, and must have been first published between July 1 and June 30 for decision the following October. The deadline for submissions is September 16, 2013.
Geralyn Lederman, Director of Public Affairs
American Psychoanalytic Association 3rd Annual Undergraduate Prize
The American Psychoanalytic Association is pleased to announce its 3rd Annual Undergraduate Prize
For an undergraduate paper or essay which engages Psychoanalytic ideas in relation to a focused question in any academic discipline.
$300.00 First Prize
($100 Second Prize)
The essay should be no more than 25 pages in length and should neither have been published nor submitted for publication. It must have been written in an undergraduate course or under an instructor’s supervision within one year of submission. Essays should be submitted by the instructor. In a separate cover letter, please include the course name (if applicable), the instructor’s name, and the name of the student along with his/her contact information (mailing address, email address and telephone number).
Only one submission per instructor, please.
Essays are due September 20, 2013
Essays with cover letter should be electronically submitted to:
Michael E. Shulman, Ph.D.
Co-Chair, Committee on Undergraduate Education
American Psychoanalytic Association 2014 Courage to Dream Book Prize
The Committee on Psychoanalysis and the Academy seeks nominations for the 2014 Book Prize.
The $500 prize will be awarded to a scholar in any discipline currently holding, or retired from, a full-time appointment at a college or university in the United States for a book published in 2012-2013 that best promotes the integration of the academic and clinical worlds of psychoanalysis.
Nominations, which should include 2 copies of the book, must be received no later than 5:00pm eastern time on
September 20, 2013.
For further information, please contact
Peter L. Rudnytsky, Ph.D., LCSW, Co-Chair
Please submit nominations to:
American Psychoanalytic Association
309 East 49th Street
New York, NY 10017
CORST Essay Prize in Psychoanalysis and Culture
The $1,000 CORST Essay Prize recognizes the best essay on psychoanalytically informed research in the biobehavioral sciences, social sciences, arts, and humanities. The winning essay will be presented at the APsaA National Meeting and will be reviewed for publication by The Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association.
Committee on Research and Special Training (CORST)
Essay can be no longer than 30 pages in length and should neither have been published nor submitted for publication.
Application deadline: September 20, 2013
Essays should be electronically submitted to: Geralyn Lederman, Ph.D., Director of Public Affairs.
For additional questions, contact Lewis Kirshner, M.D.
American Psychological Foundation/Division 29 Early Career Award
This award recognizes promising contributions to psychotherapy, psychology and the Division of Psychotherapy by a Division 29 member with seven or fewer years of postdoctoral experience.
Deadline: January 1, 2014
Sponsors: APF; Division 29
This early career award was established as The Jack D. Krasner Memorial Award and first bestowed in 1981. In 2007, the Division raised $50,000 in donations, which endowed this award for administration by the American Psychological Foundation (APF). This award is now named the APF/Division 29 Early Career Award and is administered by APF.
Award recipients receive an honorarium of $2,500 from APF.
The division also provides an award plaque to the recipient at its Awards Ceremony at the APA Annual Convention.
Membership in Division 29.
Be within seven years of receipt of the doctorate.
Demonstrated accomplishment and achievement related to psychotherapy theory, practice, research or training.
Conformance with stated program goals and qualifications.
How to Apply
Application materials include:
A nomination letter written by a colleague outlining the nominee's career contributions (no self-nominations are allowed).
A current curriculum vitae.
Application materials must be submitted online.
Please contact William Stiles, PhD, awards chair, for additional information.
Florence Tyson Grant to Study Music Psychotherapy
The Florence Tyson Grant to Study Music Psychotherapy of the American Music Therapy Association has been established in Florence's memory by Michael G. McGuire, MM, MT-BC, to support professional music therapists in post-undergraduate training in music psychotherapy, music and psychotherapy, or psychotherapy.
Award: The Tyson Grant provides free registration to attend the upcoming Annual AMTA Conference and attend a CMTE. Continuing education credits selected should focus on training in music psychotherapy, music and psychotherapy, or psychotherapy (if available).
The award is not transferable and may not be redeemed for cash or for any other continuing education activity. A final written report is required and must be submitted to AMTA within 30 days of the end of the award period. The report will include a summary of the continuing education activities, the anticipated impact these activities will have on the recipient's career and clients. Award winners may not reapply for a period of 5 years. AMTA Executive Board members, review committee members, and AMTA National Office staff are not eligible to apply.
Requirements: The application narrative should be a maximum of two (2) pages. Briefly describe how the study of music psychotherapy, music and psychotherapy, and/or psychotherapy is important to your work as a music therapist. Statement of need, potential professional development and client impact, and strength/appropriateness of continuing education goals and opportunities should also be included.
Application Deadline: All entries must be received by 6:00 pm EST June 28, 2013 without exception.