Learn about the government institutes and agencies that support research and training for psychological scientists.
Did you know? The Economic and Social Research Council, the UK’s largest organization for funding research on social and economic issues, offers two types of general grants that may be of potential interest to psychological scientists.
2022 Estes Fund Call for Proposals ABOUT THE FUND The William K. & Katherine W. Estes Fund was established to extend the legacy of one of the most influential psychological scientists of the past century.
To encourage student research in psychological science, the APS Student Grant Competition provides “seed grants” to support research in its initial development stages, e.g., the purchase of research materials or other expenses incurred prior to data collection. APS student affiliates are eligible.
In recent letter, APS commends the European Union on a new health preparedness initiative and encourages the integration of the behavioral and social sciences, including psychological science, as the initiative’s work develops.
Early career scientists affiliated with an EU institute who are looking to work independently and lead a new research effort should consider applying for the European Research Council (ERC) Starting Grant program.