The Henry David Fund was established to support young psychologists with a demonstrated interest in the behavioral aspects of human reproductive behavior or an area related to population concerns. A research grant and a travel grant (both $1,500) are given out each year.
by American Psychological Foundation
American Psychological Foundation
The Paul E. Henkin Travel Grants provide funding (up to $1,000) to student members of APA Division 16 (school psychology) to help offset registration, lodging, and transportation costs associated with APA Convention attendance.
These awards support “…activities related to the advancement and application of knowledge about gifted children.” and enables the development of identified gifted and talented children and adolescents and encourages promising psychologists to continue innovative research and programs in this area.
This program supports research into the psychological and behavioral aspects of the prevention of injuries for children and adolescents. Up to $5,000 is given to the student whose research design best reflects this focus.
This award supports dissertation research on public policy, which can improve services for families facing psychosocial issues such as prevention of child abuse, school programs for children with psychological issues, services for youth in the criminal justice system, and healthy parenting.
The American Psychological Foundation (APF) and the Council of Graduate Departments of Psychology (COGDOP) are jointly offering graduate research scholarships, up to $5,000. Applicants must be nominated by their department, which can nominate up to 3 students each year, based on department size.
The Elizabeth Munsterberg Koppitz Fellowship Program provides fellowships and scholarships for graduate student research in the area of child psychology. Several awards, up to $25,000, are given out each year.
The APF Violet and Cyril Franks Scholarship supports graduate-level scholarly projects that use a psychological perspective to help understand and reduce stigma associated with mental illness.
This $10,000 grant encourages research to increase the general public’s understanding of homosexuality and sexual orientation, and to alleviate the stress that lesbian women, gay men, bisexual women, bisexual men, and transgender individuals experience in this and future civilizations.
The Roy Scrivner Research Grants provide graduate student grants (preference given to dissertation candidates) for empirical or applied research that encourages the study of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) family psychology and LGBT family therapy.