Psychology Giving: Past Issues

  • April 2005[PDF]

    In this issue: violence prevention and intervention, COGDOP graduate research scholarships and improving mental health services for people with severe mental illness.

  • January 2005[PDF]

    In this issue: second F. Joseph McGuigan Young Investigator Research Prize, research into serious and persistent mental illness and human memory, and the discretionary fund responds.

  • November 2004[PDF]

    In this issue: the first Educational Assessment Congressional Fellow, a grant to examine racial and gender stereotypes and an outstanding clinical health psychologist.

  • August 2004[PDF]

    In this issue: research in child development, convention in Honolulu and the first Theodore Millon award in personality psychology.

  • April 2004[PDF]

    In this issue: research on bullying and relational or covert agression, bigger grants, and preventing homophobia through understanding homosexuality.

  • November 2003[PDF]

    In this issue: the 50th anniversary gala, high school achivement awards and a transatlantic psychology award.

  • August 2003[PDF]

    In this issue: fellowship to examine how interpersonal knowledge influences children's eyewitness memory, two neuropsychology scholarships and lifetime achievement.

  • January 2003[PDF]

    In this issue: the Psychological Corporation gives to the Congressional fellowship, funding innovative research and convention travel for TOPSS scholars.

  • September 2002[PDF]

    In this issue: the Rosen center serves gifted children and adolescents, fund changes name to honor Peterson Homer, and dissertation research on outreach and delivery of mental health services.

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