The Peter Graf Student Research Award is given by the Brain & Cognitive Science Section to two students with the strongest presentations for the BCS section at the CPA convention. Each winner is recognized with a certificate and a cheque for $250

To be considered for an award, the student MUST:

(1) Be a member of the CPA section on Brain and Cognitive Science
(2) Be the primary/first author of the submission
(3) Provide a written summary of his/her work (about 1000 words) in PDF format; the summary must include a brief introduction, followed by a summary of the Method, Results, and Discussion
(4) Provide a letter from the student's supervisor indicating that the research summary represents the student’s independent contribution

Awards will be determined based on a written summary of the research, poster layout/style, and in person presentation at the conference. Students from all levels of education are encouraged to apply (e.g., graduate, undergraduate, dissertation).

Past Award Winners

2016
T-Jay Anderson (Mount Saint Vincent University)
Anna Maslany (University of British Columbia)

2015
Philip Aucoin (Mount Saint Vincent University)
Rory Waisman (University of Manitoba)

2014
Bryanna Graves (Rotman Research Institute)
Linette Lawlor-Savage (University of Calgary)