Psychology Student Wins Prestigious Psychology Association Award

Konstantinos Papazoglou receives APA award
Wednesday, November 26, 2014 - 1:44pm
Carla DeMarco
U of T Mississauga Psychology PhD student has won the American Psychology Association's (APA) Outstanding Doctoral Student Award.

Konstantinos Papazoglou can add another accolade to his ever growing list of awards: he is the recipient of the APA's prestigious 2014 Division 18, Criminal Justice Section Outstanding Student Award.

Working in Psychology Professor Judith Andersen's Health Adaptation Research (HART) lab, Papazoglou focuses on resilience and the effects of trauma on first responders and law-enforcement officials. A former police officer himself, Papazoglou has a unique perspective into this area of research.

"I am absolutely delighted to be the recipient of the APA's Outstanding Doctoral Student Award for 2014," says Papazoglou, who received the award at the APA's annual convention held this past August in Washington, D.C..

To read further about Papazoglou and his research, please see the Konstantinos Papazoglou profile that was posted when he was awarded another prestigious honour, a Vanier Scholarship in 2013.

Please also see Helping First Responders Heal Themselves to read further about Andersen and Papazoglou's collaboration in the HART lab.