UM-Dearborn Health and Clinical Health Psychology Graduate Scholarship provides $1000 per term and can be renewed for a maximum of three total terms. This competitive scholarship is available to graduate students enrolled in the Master of Science in Health Psychology or Clinical Health Psychology programs who demonstrate high academic achievement and financial need.
UM-Dearborn Graduate Psychology Research Grant is a one-time competitive grant in support of the student’s thesis. This $500 grant is designed to defray costs of disposable supplies or equipment.
CEW Riecker Graduate Student Research Grant: the UofMCenter for the Education of Women (CEW) offers Graduate Student Research grants of us to $1500 for student-designed, student-conducted academic research on topics with a gender focus.
PsycINFO database lists the names and numbers of grants, scholarships, and fellowships received for article research. Search for your research area, click the links on the search hits page, and look for the Grant Sponsorship heading. Watch this video for more help and tips.
Web of Science database lists the names and email contacts of research grants. Search for your research area, look for Funding Agencies heading in the sidebar to the left of your search hits, and click the more options/values link to see all funding agencies in this area
Use APA's search tool to find find funding by type, sponsor, topic area, recipient type and deadline date. APA and its affiliate organizations provide a diverse range of scholarships, grants and awards with the aim of advancing research in psychology.
Go to Psychology.org Scholarship list of curated psychology scholarships and a directory of some 10,000 scholarships that have been vetted by our team. The directory is interactive and can be filtered or sorted by a number of different options.
Go to Grants.gov to find and apply for federal funding opportunities for over 1,000 grant programs. Grants.gov also vets grant applications for 26 federal grant-making agencies.
Explore this list of active BSC funding opportunities. The National Science Foundation's division of Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences supports research to develop and advance scientific knowledge on human cognition, language, social behavior and culture, as well as research on the interactions between human societies and the physical environment.
Odum Dataverse Network provides Funding Agency information in its study records. Search for studies in your research area, click the study links on the search hits page, then look for the Funding Agency heading.
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