Young Investigators


Bundesinstitut für Sportwissenschaft (BISp)Deutscher Olympischer Sportbund (DOSB)Berufsverband Deutscher Psychologinnen und Psychologen e.V.European Federation of Sport PsychologyDeutsche Gesellschaft für Psychologie

Young Investigators 

The term "asp young investigators" refers to those who engage in scientific and scholarly work with a focus on sport psychology. This includes both students, doctoral students and habilitators. For habilitates, the asp has published a statement on cumulative habilitation (in German language).

The task of the representative of young investigators is to represent the interests of young researchers within the executive board and to generate possibilities of funding. Additionally, it is his or her task to inform the young investigators about external funding, scholarships etc. and to solve problems. Outstanding efforts by young scientists are awarded by the Karl-Feige Award and the Erwin Hahn asp-study Award.

For suggestions, wishes and proposals, which are of interest for the support and funding of young scientists in the field of sport psychology, please contact:

Jun. Prof. Dr. Franziska Lautenbach

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Institute of Sport Science
Sport Psychology
Philippstr. 13 | D-10115 Berlin

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last change: 02.06.2021 by Anja Kröger

54. Jahrestagung der asp

„Ein Gehirn – viel Bewegung! Variabilität und Plastizität über die Lebensspanne“

16.-18. Juni 2022

16th European Congress of Sport and Exercise Psychology

Padova, 11.-16. Juli 2022