The Godin Prize is a scientific prize to be awarded to senior scholars (mid-life award) for their excellence in the scientific study of the psychology of religion. The Godin prize will be given every second IAPR conference, that is to say, once in every 4 years. The prize winner is honoured by a finanical reward of 1000 euros, substantial laudatio, and the invitation to present a keynote lecture at the conference.
Last winner (P. Granqvist) was announced in 2009 in Vienna. During the Lausanne conference the new Godin Prize will be given to Dr. Adam B. Cohen, Arizona State University (the USA), who will make a keynote lecture.
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