International Society for Interpersonal Acceptance and Rejection ISIPAR

The purpose of the Society is to support and encourage research and practice related to issues of interpersonal acceptance and rejection, including but not limited to parental acceptance-rejection, peer acceptance-rejection, acceptance-rejection in intimate adult relationships, and acceptance-rejection in other attachment relationships throughout the lifespan … (full text Homepage).

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University of Connecticut, Rohner Center Awards: Distinguished Contributions to Theory, Research, and Practice on Interpersonal Acceptance and Rejection: The Rohner Center is pleased to announce that the University of Connecticut has authorized the creation of the University of Connecticut Rohner Center Awards for Distinguished Contributions to Theory, Research, and Practice on Interpersonal Acceptance and Rejection. 

The awards are intended to encourage and recognize outstanding contributions in the field of interpersonal acceptance and rejection. Researchers, scholars, and practitioners worldwide are encouraged to submit theory, research, or practice-based manuscripts on any topic relevant to interpersonal acceptance and rejection. Such topics include but are not limited to issues dealing with parental acceptance-rejection, peer acceptance-rejection, teacher acceptance-rejection, acceptance-rejection among intimate adults, adult offspring’s acceptance and rejection of their aging parents, and others.

The Rohner Center expects to give two Awards of $1,000 each every two years at the biennial meetings of the International Society for Interpersonal Acceptance and Rejection (ISIPAR) at the time the Award is given. These cash awards are intended to both acknowledge outstanding contributions to the field of interpersonal acceptance and rejection and to help cover expenses associated with attending and giving an Awards Address at the international meeting. Two categories of awards are given, as follows:

Distinguished Contributions to Theory, Research, and Practice on Interpersonal Acceptance and Rejection:

Outstanding Paper of the Biennium: Eligibility Requirements:

  • The sole author or first author must be a member of the International Society for Interpersonal Acceptance and Rejection (ISIPAR) at the time the Award is given.
  • An unpublished manuscript must represent work completed within the two year period prior to the ISIPAR conference at which it will be presented.
  • Unpublished manuscripts may not exceed 30 double spaced, typed pages (including references, tables, figures, and other end-matter).
  • A published article must have appeared in print within the two year period prior to the ISIPAR conference at which it will be presented. No page restriction is applied to published articles.

Outstanding Paper by an Early Career Professional: Eligibility Requirements:

  • The sole author or first author must be a member of the International Society for Interpersonal Acceptance and Rejection (ISIPAR) at the time the Award is given.
  • The sole author or first author may not be more than five years beyond his or her highest earned degree (e.g., Bachelors, Masters, or Doctorate) at the time the manuscript is submitted.
  • An unpublished manuscript must represent work completed within the two year period prior to the ISIPAR conference at which it will be presented.
  • Unpublished manuscripts may not exceed 30 double spaced, typed pages (including references, tables, figures, and other end matter).
  • A published article must have appeared in print within the two year period prior to the ISIPAR conference at which it will be presented. No page restriction is applied to published articles.

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