SPS Awards

Award for Outstanding Contribution to Psychology in Singapore (AOCPS) – 2015 The Award for Outstanding Contribution to Psychology in Singapore (AOCPS) was presented at the 37th Annual General Meeting. The Singapore Psychological Society is pleased to present the AOCPS to Dr. Bernard Lim. Citation for Award for Outstanding Contribution to Psychology in Singapore (AOCPS) 2015 […]

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The Award for Outstanding Contribution to Psychology in Singapore (AOCPS) was presented at the 32nd Annual General Meeting. The Singapore Psychological Society is pleased to present the AOCPS to Prof George Bishop. Citation for Award for Outstanding Contribution to Psychology in Singapore (AOCPS) 2011 George Bishop received his Ph.D. in psychology from Yale University in […]

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Students Research Award – 2013  This Award is an initiative of the Singapore Psychological Society to support young researchers, facilitate dialogue and maintain professional interactions between members and non-members. Date: 19 Oct 13 (Saturday) Participants: Students and recent graduates of Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges located in Singapore. To participate Students should send the abstracts (up […]

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The SPS Student Research Award 2012 was held on 20 Oct 2012 at Raffles College of Higher Education. The Award is an initiative of the Singapore Psychological Society to support young researchers, facilitate dialogue and maintain professional interactions between members and non-members. The compilation of student articles can be downloaded here. Some highlights of the […]

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This Award is an initiative of the Singapore Psychological Society to support young researchers, facilitate dialogue and maintain professional interactions between members and non-members. Date: 20October 2011 (Saturday) Venue: Raffles College of Higher Education, 99,Beach Rd, Singapore 189701.  The Program 13:00 – 14:00 Registration 14:00 – 14:15 Keynote address SPS president Bernard Lim 14:15 – […]

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Hear from the invited speakers about their perspective of research and why this is important for you before you graduate and after you graduate! The needs to know better and know deeper drives us to continue to discover more. Research is really not just an academic exercise.

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