The Graduate Student Research Award in Clinical-Developmental Psychology was created to recognize innovative graduate student research in the area of clinical-developmental psychology. This award is open to all PhD students in the clinical-developmental program at York University, including students who are currently on their clinical internships. The award is oriented toward recognizing innovative clinical-developmental research (in areas of psychopathology, assessment or intervention). Innovativeness may be demonstrated theoretically, methodologically, clinically, or practically. The committee will look favourably upon candidate who have shown creative problem solving, initiative-taking, or resourcefulness in addressing a relevant research issue in the field. Normally, successful candidates will be those students who are clearly on track to becoming independent and productive researchers in universities, hospitals, or applies clinical settings. Individuals may receive this award only once. The award is intended to be given annually.
For more information, please contact the Graduate Program in Psychology.
Graduate Program in Psychology
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