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asp Study Award

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Deutscher Olympischer Sportbund (DOSB)International Society of Sport PsychologyEuropean Federation of Sport PsychologyDeutsche Vereinigung für Sportwissenschaft (dvs)Deutsche Gesellschaft für Psychologie

Erwin Hahn asp-study Award


Since 2001, the German Society of Sport Psychology annualy 
awards the asp-study Award for the best, most excellent student thesis. To be awarded are examination papers, master or diploma thesis (no bachelor thesis!), which have dealt with aspects of sport psychology, sports and sports science. Thereby, the asp aims to set an example for an early promotion of young scientists. The Award includes an invitation to present the thesis as a poster at the annual meeting of the asp. For this purpose, a small grant is awarded. 



Winner 2019

Julia Schneider (Bern, CH)
Physical activity, physical self-concept, self-esteem, and health-related quality of life in pediatric cancer survivors and healthy controls


Winner 2018

Lukas Mundelsee (Münster)
Perfectionists under pressure

 

Winners from previous years:

Winner 2017: Lena Busch (Münster)
Winner 2016: Robert Stojan (Bielefeld)
Winner 2015: Fabienne Egger (Bern, CH)
Winner 2014: Lisa Musculus (Konstanz)
Winner 2013: Fabienne Ennigkeit (Frankfurt a.M.)
Winner 2012:Insa Nixdorf und Raphael Frank (München)
Winner 2011: Johannes Ecke (Köln)
Winner 2010: Nicole Grützmacher (Leipzig)
Winner 2009: Kristin Zimmermann (Gießen)
Winner 2008: Linda Schücker (Münster)
Winner 2007: Florian Loffing (Münster) 
Winner 2006: Karina Kunz (Gießen)
Winner 2005: Franziska Wenhold (Potsdam) and Rouwen Cañal Bruland (Münster)
Winner 2004: Kathrin Adler (Chemnitz)
Winner 2003: Jutta Ahnert (Würzburg), honorable mention of Tanja Buttkus (Bayreuth)
Winner 2002: Felix Ehrlenspiel (Potsdam) and Gorden Sudeck (Bielefeld)
Winner 2001: Monika Liesenfeld (Köln) and Rüdiger Pretzlaff (Giessen) and Norbert Rohloff (Kiel)



last change: 04.05.2020 by Jana Peikenkamp




52. Jahrestagung der asp

„Zukunft der Sportpsychologie - zwischen Verstehen und Evidenz“

Salzburg,
21.-23- Mai 2020