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The New England Society of Psychiatry, at its next spring meeting, will make two awards, one of $100 and one of $50, to the writer (or writers) of the best papers completed or published during the calendar year of 1932 embodying research in psychiatry by a younger worker (or workers). Physicians, psychologists, social workers and others are eligible. Membership in the society is not a requisite.Writers who have once received an award are not again eligible. Seasoned writers, senior physicians or heads of departments in which there are junior workers, while not inevitably excluded, will not generally be regarded as eligible for the awards.The work on which the papers are based should preferably have been done in New England or by workers now living in New England.The papers will be examined by a committee of three members who are accustomed to reviewing papers, and by the
News and Comment. Arch NeurPsych. 1933;29(2):424. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1933.02240080214017