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Friends of Psychology Fund

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Unrestricted support for the Department of Psychology within the College of Arts and Sciences. Gifts to this fund are used at the discretion of the Chair and are directed to where the need is greatest.

Earl Hunt Graduate Fellowship Fund

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Supports graduate students in the Department of Psychology whose original, independent research extends beyond the domain of their faculty advisors.

Friends of the TransYouth Project

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Support research and outreach related to transgender & gender nonconforming youth. Funds will be used for travel, staff, participant costs related to a longitudinal study of transgender & nonconforming youth.

Psychology Diversity Fund

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To assist graduate students who add diversity to the Dept. of Psychology with a preference for underrepresented students of color, in honor of Carolyn Attneave, Stanley Sue, and Ned Wagner - former UW Psychology faculty who inspired the Department in this direction.

Eleanor Carlson Endowed Fellowship

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Supports graduate students in the Department of Psychology conducting research on the effects of socio-economic, cultural, family, or educational background on the ability to learn the skills and acquire motivations that contribute to success and psychological well-being.

Robert C. Bolles Graduate Fellowship

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Fellowship for the support of graduate students in the Department of Psychology within the College of Arts and Sciences.

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Earl R. Carlson Endowed Professorship

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Support for a Professorship in the Department of Psychology to promote research on the effects of socio-economic, cultural, family, or educational background on the ability to learn skills and acquire motivations that contribute to success and psychological well-being.

Friends of ABRC

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The Addictive Behaviors Research Center was founded in 1981 to develop and evaluate science-based programs for the prevention and treatment of addictive behaviors. In the past 30 years, the ABRC's work has led or been foundational in understanding and treating alcohol, drug, smoking, gambling, eating, and sexual addictions. The center also has a strong history and commitment to training addictions and mental health professionals, to community education, and culturally sensitive program development (done in partnership with several local Native American Tribes). All donations will be used in support of the Center's mission. Specifics examples include sponsoring pilot research, community trainings, or dissemination of findings.

Friends of the Behavioral Research & Therapy Clinics

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The Behavioral Research and Therapy Clinics (BRTC), founded in 1980 to develop and evaluate science-based programs for the treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) and suicidal behaviors, focuses on those who are ordinarily excluded from research programs due to their high risk for suicide and/or treatment failure. The BRTC developed Dialectical Behavior Therapy, which has become the front-line comprehensive treatment for BPD. The BRTC has a long history and commitment to training young scientists, pulling together collaborative scientific communities, and disseminating science-based treatments to mental health professionals. Donations will support BRTC's mission, including sponsoring pilot research, supporting training opportunities for promising young scientists, or dissemination of findings.

Friends of the Center for Child & Family Well-Being

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Support the mission of this center to promote the well-being of children and families through research, dissemination and outreach. Support pre- and post-doctoral scholars, visiting scholars, sponsored seminars, community workshops and conferences.

Functional Analytic Psychotherapy Research Fund

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To provide broad-based support to faculty in the Dept. of Psychology. To be used at the discretion of the chair in the area of Functional Analytic Psychotherapy Res (FAP)

Implicit Cognition Research Fund

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To provide broad support for teaching and research activities in the area of implicit Social Cognition in the department of Psychology.

Ned Wagner Memorial Endowment

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Assists in the professional development of clinical psychology graduate students. A fund administered by the Department of Psychology within the College of Arts and Sciences.

Psychology Unrestricted Gifts Fund

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General support of the Department of Psychology within the College of Arts and Sciences.

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