Solomon Asch Award – prize of 500 Euro for the best paper by young researcher
The Solomon Asch Prize is annually awarded to young researchers who have published their papers in „Social Psychological Bulletin” before or after completion of Ph.D. (however, no later than 3 years after completion of the Ph.D.). Only papers which were published in the year previous to the year of competition announcement will be taken into consideration. The candidate for the award should be either the only author or the first co-author of the article.
The winner of SAA is selected by the SPB editorial staff on the basis of critical assessment of all qualified papers. Announcement of the winner and prize ceremony is taking place during the General Meeting of The Polish Society of Social Psychology in September.
2016 – Katarzyna Szczucka (SWSP University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Wroclaw)
2015 – Kamil Imbir (Maria Grzegorzewska University in Warsaw)
2014 – Barnaba Danieluk (University of Marie Curie-Sklodowska in Lublin)
2013 – Marta Roczniewska (SWSP University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Sopot)
2012 – Two ex-eaquo awards: Malwina Szpitalak (Jagiellonian University) and Anna Czarna (Wroclaw University)
2011 – Marta Snarska (Warsaw University); commendation: Barnaba Danieluk (University of Marie Curie-Sklodowska in Lublin)
2010 – Julita Koszur (SWSP University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Wroclaw)
2009 – Two ex-eaquo awards: Monika Wróbel (Łódź University) and Katarzyna Jaśko (Jagiellonian University)
2008 – Two ex-eaquo awards: Michał Bilewicz (Warsaw University) i dr Marcin Bukowski (Jagiellonian University)