Awards up to $1,000 will be granted and winning proposals will be described in the Division 36 Newsletter.
Applicants should be engaged in graduate study or have completed the doctoral degree or terminal master's degree within the past five years.
How to Apply
The proposed research should address a significant issue in the psychology of religion, show sophistication in research methods and design, and promise to make a contribution to theory, further research, or practice. Proposals must be no longer than 10 double-spaced typed pages and should indicate the purpose of the proposed study and its significance for the psychology of religion. They should also describe the research design and indicate how the grant, if awarded, will be used. Apply to the Division's President.