CALL FOR NOMINATIONS FOR THE ERIC BERNE MEMORIAL AWARD IN TRANSACTIONAL ANALYSIS
To be considered for a nomination, the following information and materials must be submitted, in written English and in electronic form (Microsoft Word or PDF), by the individuals, groups or organizations making a nomination to the Eric Berne Memorial Award Committee in care of the
no later than December 1:
- Name(s) of Author(s) nominated.
- Publication citation. Full reference for journal article, book, or publication in which the contribution being nominated has been published.
- A brief title for the contribution. For example, the concept in theory, a descriptive research project title, the specific practice application, a descriptive title for the comparison or integration of TA with other theories or approaches, or a title for some other relevant area.
- A statement supporting the nomination as an original and highly significant contribution to transactional analysis. This statement, which will not exceed 1500 words, might address:
- The originality and innovation of the contribution within Transactional Analysis.
- The relationship to previous work in Transactional Analysis and related theories or fields of application, including research where applicable;
- Evidence of critical thought and explanations for the value and need for the contribution.
- Evidence of the impact the contribution has had on the development of the field of Transactional Analysis.
- Any other statements about the contribution that need to be considered by the EBMA committee.
- Individual, group, or organization making the nomination. If more than one person is making the nomination, the nominating group will provide one common statement as above, including name, address, telephone and fax numbers, and e-mail addresses of all nominators. Please indicate one person whom the EBMA Committee Chair may contact if additional material is required.
- Copies of the publication(s): nominations must include one copy of the article(s) or book chapter(s) in which the concept or idea being nominated appears, up to a maximum of 3 articles or book chapters. If the contribution was published in a language other that English, then a translation into English must be included along with a copy of the publication(s) in the original. Unpublished Doctoral dissertations will not be considered.
- To be considered for the EBMA, contributions supporting the nomination must have been published by Dec. 31st, three years before the deadline year (e.g. For the 2006 award the publication date must be before 12/31/02).
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