To award the best overall research
Award winners will receive travel expenses to attend the APA
Annual Convention to receive the award, a three-year subscription to an
APA journal of the winner’s choice, publication of their abstract in the Eye on Psi Chi, and two engraved plaques (one for the
winner and one for the winner’s psychology department).
The submitter of a research paper must:
• Need not be a Psi Chi member.
• be a graduate student at the time the research was
carried out and submitted for publication and/or
• be the primary and first author, and
• have published and/or presented the paper at a
national, regional, or state psychology convention
between January 1 and December 31
of the previous calendar year.
The winner is not eligible to receive the Bandura
Award and the APA Edwin B. Newman Graduate
Research Award in the same year.