APF/Society for General Psychology Mary Whiton Calkins Grant

One grant of $1,500-$3,000 to support faculty who teach at primarily undergraduate serving institutions and who identify undergraduate education as their primary focus.

Deadline:

Sponsor: APF coordinated by Division 1 (Society for General Psychology)

Description

The APF/Society for General Psychology Mary Whiton Calkins grant encourages research that fits into the broad category of general psychology with a particular interest in research that combines multiple subfields within the discipline or addresses overarching themes. The strongest proposals will align with one or more of Div. 1's (Society for General Psychology) goals and will support faculty members who seek to promote coherence among psychology’s subfields.

The grant will support faculty who teach at primarily undergraduate serving institutions and who identify undergraduate education as their primary focus.

Division 1 (Society for General Psychology)
Eligibility

Applicants must:

  • Be a member of Div. 1 (Society for General Psychology) who teaches psychology at a primarily undergraduate serving institution.
  • Obtain IRB approval from host institution before funding can be awarded if human participants are involved (IRB approval is not required at the time of submission).

Preference will be given to:

  • Applicants who have not been awarded these funds in the previous three years.
  • Projects that are likely to be presented and/or published in a peer‐reviewed outlet or that could be made available to division members through web resources.
  • Projects that involve undergraduates.
How to Apply

Submission Process

Proposal Requirements

For more information about the proposal requirements please see the online application form.

1. Cover page to include applicant names, institutional affiliations, and contact information

2. Proposal Summary (7 pages max, single-spaced, 11‐point font, 1 inch margins around):

  • Literature review and research question/hypothesis (1 page max suggested)
  • Methodology (1 page max suggested)
  • Data analysis and expected results (1/2 page max suggested)
  • Alignment of the project (1 page max suggested)
  • Project timeline (12 months)
  • Budget and budget justification
  • Feasibility
  • Undergraduate student involvement
  • Reference list (not included in page limit)

3. Abbreviated CV (10 pages max)