APS Fellows

Fellow status is awarded to APS Members who have made sustained outstanding contributions to the science of psychology in the areas of research, teaching, service, and/or application. Fellow status is typically awarded for one’s scientific contributions, but may also be awarded for exceptional contributions to the field through the development of research opportunities and settings. Candidates will be considered after 10 years of postdoctoral contribution.


APS Fellows Committee

  • BJ Casey (Chair)Yale University
  • Winfred Arthur, Jr., Texas A&M University
  • Sandra Graham, University of California, Los Angeles
  • Tyler Lorig,Washington & Lee University
  • Kathy Pezdek,Claremont Graduate University
  • Mike Rinck, Radboud University, Netherlands
  • Kees van den Bos, Utrecht University, Netherlands

Congratulations to Our New Fellows

The following Members were named APS Fellows by the Board of Directors in May 2017:

  • Reginald B. Adams, Jr., The Pennsylvania State University
  • Donna Rose Addis, University of Auckland, New Zealand
  • Thomas R. Alley, Clemson University
  • Daniel Balliet, VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • Daniel J. Beal, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University
  • David W. Bracken, Keiser University
  • Raymond C.K. Chan, Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
  • Shane Connelly, The University of Oklahoma
  • Carla K. Danielson, Medical University of South Carolina
  • Patricia R. DeLucia, Texas Tech University
  • Andreas Demetriou, University of Nicosia, Cyprus
  • Bert De Smedt, KU Leuven, Belgium
  • Tobias Egner, Duke University
  • Paul W. Eastwick, University of California, Davis
  • Pasco Fearon, University College London, United Kingdom
  • Aurelio José (AJ) Figueredo, The University of Arizona
  • Gráinne Fitzsimons, Duke University
  • Cristina B. Gibson, The University of Western Australia
  • Kelly M. Goedert, Seton Hall University
  • Jessica A. Grahn, The University of Western Ontario, Canada
  • James Herbert, University of New England
  • Mark A. Huselid, Northeastern University
  • Avi Kaplan, Temple University
  • Frini Karayanidis, The University of Newcastle, Australia
  • Kimberly Kirkpatrick, Kansas State University
  • Erika Lawrence, The University of Arizona
  • Chia-Ying Lee, Institute of Linguistics, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
  • Stephen Lomber, The University of Western Ontario, Canada
  • Matthew R. Longo, Birkbeck, University of London, United Kingdom
  • David Mayer, University of Michigan
  • Vijay Mittal, Northwestern University
  • Aidan P. Moran, University College Dublin, Ireland
  • Donald M. Moretti, Sears Holdings Corporation
  • Kimberly G. Noble, Teachers College, Columbia University
  • Robin Nusslock, Northwestern University
  • Sean Polyn, Vanderbilt University
  • David D. Preiss, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
  • Deidra Schleicher, Texas A&M University
  • Simone Schnall, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
  • Carlo Schuengel, VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • Kenneth M. Steele, Appalachian State University
  • Jeff Stone, The University of Arizona
  • Maya Tamir, Hebrew University, Israel
  • A. Janet Tomiyama, University of California, Los Angeles
  • Elliot Tucker-Drob, The University of Texas at Austin
  • Ayse Uskul, University of Kent, United Kingdom
  • Leaf Van Boven, University of Colorado, Boulder
  • Gerben A. van Kleef, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • Simine Vazire, University of California, Davis
  • Johan Wagemans, KU Leuven, Belgium
  • Gerald Young, Glendon College – York University, Canada
  • Liane Young, Boston College