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Call for nominations for the Wilhelm Wundt - William James Award 2009

23 Jul 2008

The Wilhelm Wundt - William James Prize was donated to EFPA by the American Psychological Foundation APF through a gift from Raymond Fowler

News - Call for nominations for the Wilhelm Wundt - William James Award 2009

The Wilhelm Wundt - William James Prize was donated to EFPA by the American Psychological Foundation APF through a gift from Raymond Fowler, PhD and is intended to recognize psychologists from Europe and/or North America who have made distinguished contributions to the science and profession of psychology and to the promotion of effective cooperation between European and North American psychologists.

This message invites all EFPA Member Associations, international organisations or individual psychologists (in which case there should be at least four persons signing the proposal) to make nominations for the prize for 2009. The prize will be presented at the Opening Ceremony of the XIth European Congress of Psychology in Oslo in July 2009, where the recipient will be invited to lead a special symposium in the congress or to hold a special Wilhelm Wundt- William James lecture.

The prize has been presented for the first time at the Opening Ceremony of the VIIIth European Congress of Psychology in Vienna in July 2003 and awarded to both Professor Endel Tulving and Professor Lars-Gran Nilsson. The second award went to Professor Charles Spielberg at the IXth European Congress of Psychology in Granada in July 2005 and the third went to Professor Serge Moscovici at the European congress of Psychology in Prague in July 2007.                     

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

Please, respond to the Head Office (headoffice@efpa.eu ) not later than Septemer 30, 2008.

Roal Ulrichsen
Chair of the Awarding Committee

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