Young Researchers' Awards

The awards were delivered during the Closing Session, on Sunday, 13 July, from 16:00 to 17:30, in the Main Amphitheater of the Palais des Congrès

  

Best Student Paper Awards 2014

1st Prize (1000 euros) for the best paper submitted to IAREP / ICAP joint International Conference

was awarded to Jamel KHENFER
for the paper entitled:
Trouble setting your savings goals? The moderating effect of religious belief on goal pursuit

Prize for the second best paper submitted to IAREP / ICAP joint International Conference
was awarded to Zamira NOH
for the paper entitled:
Voting Bias: switches in the neighbour effect as a function of vote valence

Prize for the third best paper submitted to IAREP / ICAP joint International Conference
was awarded to Marie BRIGUGLIO
for the paper entited:
Political attachment and contribution to public goods


A-CIPA Young Researcher Prizes

with the support of la Fondation Maison des Sciences de l'Homme

1st Prize (500 Euros)
was awarded to Ariane CUENEN (Belgium)
for the communication entitled:
Traffic informers: Effect evaluation of a 3rd grade secondary school-based education program. (DIV13-OC08001)

2nd Prize (300 Euros)
was awarded to Garry KUAN (Australia)
for the communication entitled:
The use of Arousing and Relaxing Classical Music for Novices and Elite Performers of Fine-Motor and Power Skill Tasks (DIV12-OC07002)



A-CIPA Young Researchers’ Awards

This program aims at encouraging and acknowledging emerging scholars who make submissions for individual papers (or at least the student must be the first author).

Prizes
A-CIPA, along with ICAP 2014 Scientific Committee will award 2 Young Researcher Awards,
one award of 500 euros and one of 300 euros.

Entry Qualifications
The awards are open open to PhD research students

What is required?
Applicants are expected to submit an abstract with a student certificate, CV and minipaper.
Please make sure to send these documents to the congress office by e-mail: abs@icap2014.com no later than 1st December 2013. When sending these documents, please indicate the abstract submission number that you will be given as reference to your application.

Abstract
Abstracts should be entered on-line before midnight (CET), 1 st December 2013, with an indication (appro - priate box to be ticked during the submission process) that this should be considered for the A-CIPA Young Researchers’ Awards.

Mini paper
The mini paper should report on novel findings on psychology research and should include the following:

• The abstract text submitted online
• A short introduction
• An abbreviated method section
• Results
• A short discuss ion followed by 6-8 references

The total number of characters in text, from introduction to discussion should not be more than 5600 characters (spaces included).

Evaluation
The mini papers will be evaluated by the scientific committee on their significance to applied psychology, scientific quality and quality of writing.

Notification
Awards applicants will be informed about the selection by February 2014.

IAREP Awards (Best Student Papers)

Since 1984, the International Association for Research in Economic Psychology, IAREP, offers yearly a prize for the best student paper submitted by a student for inclusion in the program of its annual conference. The prize is generously sponsored by Elsevier, the pu - blisher of the Journal of Economic Psychology and of the Journal of Socio-Economics.

Prizes
AREP will deliver 3 Awards.
The winner of the Student Paper Competition will receive a year’s subscription to the Journal of Economic Psychology and a prize of 1000 Euro. The second and third place winners will receive a year’s subscription to the Journal of Economic Psychology.

Entry Qualifications
The awards are open open to PhD research students

What is required?
Applicants are expected to submit an abstract with a student certificate, CV and minipaper.
Please make sure to send these documents to the congress office by e-mail: abs@icap2014.com no later than 1st December 2013. When sending these documents, please indicate the abstract submission number that you will be given as reference to your application.

Abstracts
Abstracts should be entered on-line by midnight (CET), 1 st December 2013, with an indication (appropriate box to be ticked during the submission process) that this should be considered for the IAREP Awards. Abstracts must be submitted within Division 9 of Economic Psychology.

Mini paper
The mini paper should report on novel findings on psychology research and should include the following:

• The abstract text submitted online
• A short introduction
• An abbreviated method section
• Results
• A short discuss ion followed by 6-8 references

The total number of characters in text, from introduction to discussion should not be more than 5600 characters (spaces included).

Evaluation
A panel of senior scientists judges the papers using the following criteria: (a) interest of subject area; (b) quality of research; and (c) quality of writing.

Notification
Awards applicants will be informed about the selection by February 2014.



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