PCP2013 Update: Abstract Deadline Extended and Student Paper Prize
20th International Personal Construct Psychology Congress Updates
Abstract Submission Deadline:
The deadline for abstract submission to the 20th International Personal Construct Psychology Congress in Sydney has been extended until April 30, 2013.
Student Paper Prize:
This prize, for best paper presented by a student at the congress, honors the memory of Dr. Tom Ravenette.
Conditions/eligibility: Applicants must be currently enrolled students at a recognised university. Applicants may be enrolled full or part time. Regardless of enrollment status, applicants cannot be academic staff (excepting research assistants). The student must be registered for the entire Congress and present their paper. The student must not already hold any form of doctoral qualification.
Total value of first prize will equal AUS$500.
Prize will consist of cash ($450) and a copy of Tom Ravenette’s book: Personal Construct Theory in Educational Psychology: A Practitioner’s View.
The runner-up will receive a copy of Ravenette’s book.
Books supplied courtesy of the publisher, Wiley-Blackwell.
The fine print: The prize will be awarded by a sub-committee of the Congress Organizing Committee, all decisions are final and no correspondence will be entered into. The prize will be judged on submitted abstracts accepted by the Congress Organizing Committee and received by abstract submission deadline, and the student’s presentation. The sub-committee reserves the right to award no prize. The prize will be presented by one or more representatives of the Congress Organizing Committee during the Congress (see the Congress Agenda for date/time) at a formal ceremony that the successful student must attend.
Prize sponsors: Dr. Michael Henman and Wiley-Blackwell.