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Call for nominations for the Aristotle Prize 2009

23 Jul 2008

This message invites all EFPA Member Associations to make nominations for the prize for 2009.

News - Call for nominations for the Aristotle Prize 2009

The Aristotle Prize was donated to EFPA by the organisers of the IVth European Congress of Psychology in Athens in 1995.

The prize was awarded in 1995 to Professor Pieter Drenth, followed by Professor Paul Baltes in 1997, Professor David Magnusson in 1999, Professor Alan Baddeley in 2001, Professor Lea Pulkkinen in 2003, to Professor Rocio Fernandez-Ballesteros in 2005 and finally to Professor William Yule in 2007.

Following the Award guidelines the members of the Prize Committee are : Roal Ulrichsen, Richard Freeman, Roger Lecuyer (as EFPA representatives) and Birgit Hansson (Sweden) and James Georgas (Greece) as representatives of psychology in Europe.

The procedure for the selection for the Aristotle Prize is described in the document that has been sent to our member associations.

 

This message invites all EFPA Member Associations to make nominations for the prize for 2009.

 

The prize will be presented at the Opening Ceremony of the 11th European Congress of Psychology in Oslo in July 2009, where the recipient will deliver the Aristotle Prize lecture during the Congress.

Important: nominations should be accompanied by curriculum vitae, a statement as to how the nominee meets the criteria, and signed by two nominators.

Please, respond to the Head Office by sending the nominations to headoffice@efpa.eu not later than September 30, 2008.

Roal Ulrichsen
Chair of the Aristotle Prize Selection Committee

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