THE AWP/SPW 2015 ANNUAL STUDENT PRIZE FOR PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH ON WOMEN AND GENDER
SUBMISSION DEADLINE = APRIL 15, 2015
The Society for the Psychology of Women (SPW) of the American Psychological Association and the Association for Women in Psychology (AWP) seek research manuscripts for the 2015 Annual Student Prize for Psychological Research on Women and Gender.
Research Topics: Manuscripts should focus on women’s lives and concerns, or more generally, on gender ideologies and behavior from a feminist perspective.
Eligibility: Jointly-authored papers are eligible if the first author was a student at the time the research was conducted. Entries should be of journal length and in APA style. Eligible papers include unpublished manuscripts as well as papers that have been submitted or accepted for publication. Published papers are also eligible as long as they have a publication date of 2014 or 2015.
Submission Material: 1) Cover letter indicating that the first author was a student at the time the research was conducted, specifying when and from what institution the first author obtained the degree, the name of the faculty who supervised the research, and the department of the supervising faculty. 2) De-identified Manuscript. Papers should be submitted in manuscript form, not as pre-prints or prints, in MS Word, with all identifying information removed. Include the title page, with author information removed. Name the file with a short version of the title, NOT with author or publication information. Information about authors as well as submission and publication status should be in the cover letter. If identifying information is included in the manuscript, it will not be reviewed.
Evaluation: Submissions will be judged on feminist theoretical grounding, methodology, clarity, quality of writing, and the social importance of the research questions and findings for a psychology of women and gender. Research papers that address intersectionalities will be given higher consideration.
Award: A $250.00 prize will be given to the author of the best paper. First Prize and Honorable Mention winners will be announced at the 2015 meeting of the American Psychological Association and receive one-year free memberships to both SPW and AWP. They are also invited to present their award-winning paper at the 2016 AWP Conference and to serve as reviewers for the prize in the upcoming year.
Submission Procedure: Please email a cover letter and attach a copy of the paper (deidentified, in MS Word, short title used for the filename) to the chair, NiCole T. Buchanan, Ph.D. (email@example.com), by April 15, 2015. Please put AWP/SPW 2015 Annual Student Prize Submission in the subject line.