Mixed Methods Award

The Mixed Methods Award is granted from the Association for Supporting Qualitative Research ASQ every two years for psychological scientific publications working with an innovative Mixed Methods methodology.

You can submit publications of completed scientific research projects in psychology (diploma or master theses, dissertations or project reports, accepted for publication), not older than two years, which combine qualitative and quantitative methods in an innovative mannor. The report should show a clear methodological emphasis. The topic as well as the researcher should be clearly allocated within psychology. Please submit as well your scientific vita and a list of your publications. If there is a multiple authorship please declare your part. The jury reserves its right to contact the coautors.

The award is endowed with € 1.000.- and is presented at the conference of the Methods and Evaluation Group of the German Association for Psychology DGPs. The awardee is invited to the conference and presents his or her paper. Members of the university of Klagenfurt, Austria are excluded.

Submissions for the Mixed Methods Award 2024 please until the December, 1, 2023 to office-asq@qualitative-content-analysis.org.  

Previous awardees:

2019: Dr. Bodo Przibilla, School of Education der Universität Wuppertal, mit der Dissertation: “Attitudes and definitions of inclusion: a teachers survey”, Teile veröffentlicht in:        
https://www.pedocs.de/volltexte/2016/11853/pdf/ESP_2016_1_Przibilla_ua_Entwicklung_und_Validierung.pdf
https://www.pedocs.de/volltexte/2018/16004/pdf/ESP_2018_2_Przibilla_et_al_The_relationship_between_educational_level.pdf
https://www.pedocs.de/volltexte/2019/16596/pdf/ESP_2018_3_Przibilla_Linderkamp_Kraemer_Subjektive_Definitionen_von_Lehrkraeften.pdf

2017: Dr. Regina Arant, Psychologin, Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences (BIGSSS), Jacobs University Bremen und Universität Bremen, mit der Arbeit: „Who you are depends on where you are – The impact of a high school year abroad on the national and host country identity of German exchange students”.

2015: Dr. Christian Härtwig, Psychologe (FU Berlin), BAO GmbH, Büro für Arbeits- und Organisationspsychologie, mit der Arbeit: „Berufliche Ziele von Bachelor-Studierenden. Längsschnittstudie zu einem Programm der Kursbestimmung und Selbststeuerung“, erschienen im Kovač Verlag Hamburg