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CLOSED for Submissions
The submission deadline was 16 October 2017.

The Psychonomic Society will give up to 25 Graduate Accommodation Awards for Graduate Student Members participating in the Psychonomics International meeting. Each awardee will receive three nights of free accommodation (Thu-Sat) for the meeting.
           

Application Guidelines

  1. Graduate students who are Student Members of the Psychonomic Society may apply for an accommodation award.
  2. Applicants must be the first author and presenter of a poster.
  3. Applicants should submit their application for the International Graduate Student Accommodation Award by 16 Oct 2017 - CLOSED.
  4. Application includes:
    • Research Summary (1,000 words + figure + references) including how the research fits into the “big picture”
    • Summary must be written by the applicant
    • Letter of support from the student’s advisor (advisor need not be a Psychonomic Society member.)Half of all applicants chosen, who meet the above requirements, will be awarded to students travelling from European countries and half to students coming from US and more distant countries (although these are accommodation grants, we assume that people travelling from more distant locations would have more expenses). The distribution of awards for conferences in other geographical locations will be discussed with the collaborating societies.


Winners Receive

  • Accommodation cost during the primary nights of the conference (Thu-Sat)
  • A special notation in the program recognizing the honor
  • Honor that can be listed on the recipient’s Curriculum Vitae
  • Mention on the Psychonomic Society website.
  • Submissions will be accepted through the abstract submissions system until 11:59 p.m. anywhere in the world on Monday, 16 October 2017 - CLOSED. Recipients will be contacted by email.

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    2018 Graduate Accommodation
    Award Recipients


    Nahian Chowdhury (2071)
    University of Sydney, Australia

     

    Ruizhi Dai (4069)
    Tufts University, USA


    Nola Daley (3045)
    Kent State University, USA


    Patrícia Ferraz de Matos (3060)
    University of Minho, Portugal


    Moshe Glickman (238)
    Tel Aviv University, Israel


    Nina Maria Hanning (4080)
    Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany

    Kelli L. Johnson (3046)
    Stony Brook University, USA


    Krisztian Kasos (3086)
    Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary


    Brittany Lee (2006)
    San Diego State University, USA


    Grzegorz Maciejewski (4047)
    University of Leeds, United Kingdom

    Katarina Marjanovic (1059)
    International School for Advanced Studies, Italy


    Matthew P. McCurdy (1070)
    University of Illinois at Chicago, USA


    Pedro Simão Mendes (2062)
    University of Minho, Portugal


    Anne Mickan (2009)
    Radboud University Nijmegen/Max-Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, The Netherlands


    Kayla Morehead (3042)
    Kent State University, USA


    Stephanie A. Morey (1019)
    Flinders University, Australia


    Sasha Nahleen (3033)
    Flinders University, Australia


    Kimberly Newberry (2033)
    Kansas State University, USA


    Andrea E. O'Rear (2036)
    University of Notre Dame, USA


    Allison Sklenar (4030)
    University of Illinois at Chicago, USA


    Joshua Snell (334)
    Aix-Marseille University, France


    Giacomo Spinelli (3026)
    University of Western Ontario, Canada

    Amber E. Witherby (2058)
    Texas Christian University, USA

    Irem Yildirim (4066)
    University of Delaware, USA

     

     

     

     

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