EADP membership provides a wide range of benefits to individuals who work in the field of Developmental Psychology. These include:
A substantial reduction on the registration fee for the European Conference on Developmental Psychology – the EADP’s biennial conference – which provides a major international forum at which researchers can learn about and discuss the latest research findings and theories
For younger scholars, the opportunity to attend Winter and Summer Schools on a specific theme, at which established senior international researchers who are recognized for their expertise and teaching abilities work closely with doctoral students and post-doctoral researchers for five intensive days of research training.
For younger scholars, also the opportunity to join and to participate in the activities of the Early Researchers Union of the EADP (click on the ERU tab above for further information)
The opportunity to nominate outstanding developmental psychologists for the William Thierry Preyer Award for Excellence in Research on HumanDevelopment and the Butterworth Young Scientist Award, both of which are awarded biennially (click on the Awards tab above for further information).
Through these activities the opportunity for networking and professional development.
The opportunity to contribute to the advancement of Developmental Psychology within Europe by serving on the EADP Council or the ERU Board.