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A Prize for the postgraduate student in Psychology judged to have written the most outstanding research essay, dissertation on the behaviour of adults, or children and adolescents.About the scholarship
Application status: No application required Applicable study: Postgraduate research in Psychology Opening date: By nomination Closing date: By nomination Tenure: Prize For: Prize Number on offer: One Offer rate: Annually Value: $1,600
The funds for this Prize which are provided by the income made from a bequest made in 1950 by Winifred Gimblett were transferred to the University of Auckland in 1965.
The main purpose of the Prize is to reward and recognise excellence in research in the field of Psychology, with particular reference to the behaviour of adults or that of children and adolescents, the latter including the effects of mental hindrances or disabilities upon their scholastic progress.Regulations
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You do not need to apply for this scholarship, award or prize or complete an online application form. It is awarded on the recommendation of the relevant faculty or University of Auckland committee.
For more information about the awarding process for this scholarship, award or prize, download a copy of the regulations.Help and support
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