2023 EAPP Awards
The Executive Committee of the European Association for Personality Psychology (EAPP) is looking for nominations for the 2023 EAPP awards:
1. The European Personality Psychology Dissertation Awards
2. The European Personality Psychology Early Achievement Award
3. The European Personality Psychology Mid-Career Award
4. The European Personality Psychology Life-Time Achievement Award
5. The European Personality Psychology Leadership and Service Award
All awards will be presented at an award ceremony during the 2023 EAPP virtual event. The winners of all awards receive a plaque and a personal prize of 1,000 €, and they will be invited to give a talk at the 2023 EAPP virtual Award Recognition event (the exact date and time will be announced next year). The winners of the Dissertation, Early Achievement, and Mid-Career Awards will receive a two-year free membership to the EAPP. The winners of the Life-Time Achievement Award and the Leadership and Service Award will receive an honorary lifetime membership to the EAPP. No current member of the EAPP Executive Committee can apply or be nominated for any of the awards.
The nomination deadline for all awards is November 30, 2022 at 23:59 CET. All nominations should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and must clearly indicate which Award category is being considered.
Details on each award are found in this document.
2023 EAPP Networking and Travel Stipends (extended deadline)
The call is now open for the 2023 EAPP networking and travel stipends. By sponsoring networking and travel stipends for Early Career Researchers (ECRs), the EAPP aims to increase its regional scope and cross-national relationships among its members and support ECRs in building collaborative networks with the European personality psychologists. Two networking and travel stipends of 5,000 EUR each will be offered in 2023.
2023 EAPP-EASP Award
The Executive Committees of the European Association for Personality Psychology (EAPP) and the European Association for Social Psychology (EASP) are looking for nominations for the 2023 EAPP-EASP award. The award will be presented at an award ceremony during the virtual 2023 EAPP Day. Award recipients will receive a one-year membership waiver at both associations, and they will be invited to give a talk at the virtual 2023 EAPP Day (the date of the event will be announced early next year).
2023 EAPP Expert Meetings
The European Association for Personality Psychology (EAPP) is inviting researchers to submit proposals to organize an expert meeting in 2023. EAPP will financially support up to two meetings every two years, although the Executive Committee (EC) of the association will exercise discretion on this rule. Detailed information regarding the scope of support, the application process as well as responsibilities of successful applicants can be found here.
For more information, please see this document.
Deadline: The proposals to organize an expert meeting should be sent to email@example.com by December 12th 2022 (23:59 CET). Researchers submitting proposals will be informed about the decision at the beginning of 2023.
2023 EAPP Collaborative Research Grants
The call is now open for the 2023 EAPP Collaborative Research Grants. The aim of the grants is to support novel and high-level collaborative personality research projects involving at least two early career researchers (ECRs) from at least two different countries or distinct within-country regions. Applications from researchers in countries/regions underrepresented in personality research are particularly welcome under this scheme. In 2023, up to three grants of €10,000 will be awarded for any combination of eligible activities conducted over two years. The EAPP will assess applications equally of their scientific merits, while also considering gender and geographic diversity of applicants.
Applications prepared using the application template should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by January 17, 2023 (23:59 CET). Documentation has been updated and more information can be found in this document.