2013 Society for Personality and Social Psychology Award Recipients

Congratulations to 23 APS members who are 2013 Society for Personality and Social Psychology award recipients. The following scientists will be honored at the 15th Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology to take place February 13–15, 2014, in Austin, Texas:

APS Fellow Robert R. McCrae, National Institute on Aging
Jack Block Award

APS Fellow Timothy D. Wilson, University of Virginia
Donald T. Campbell Award

APS Fellow James H. Sidanius, Harvard University
Career Contribution Award

APS Fellows Judith Harackiewicz and Janet S. Hyde and APS Student Affiliate Christopher S. Rozek, University of Wisconsin–Madison;  and  Chris Hulleman, James Madison University, for the Psychological Science paper “Helping Parents to Motivate Adolescents in Mathematics and Science: An Experimental Test of a Utility-Value Intervention.”
Robert B. Cialdini Award

APS Fellow Andrew Elliot, University of Rochester
Carol and Ed Diener Award in Personality Psychology

APS Fellow Nalini Ambady, Stanford University
Carol and Ed Diener Award in Social Psychology

APS James McKeen Cattell Fellow Carol Dweck, Stanford University
Distinguished Scholar Award

APS Fellow Jonathan Haidt, New York University, for The Righteous Mind: Why Good People Are Divided by Politics and Religion
Media Book Prize for the Promotion of Social and Personality Science

APS William James Fellow Anthony Greenwald, University of Washington
Methodological Innovation Award

APS Fellows Wendi Gardner, Northwestern University, and George (Al) Goethals, University of Richmond
SPSP Awards for Distinguished Service to the Society

APS Past President Kay Deaux, CUNY Graduate Center, and APS Fellow Hazel Markus, Stanford University
SPSP Awards for Service on Behalf of Personality & Social Psychology

Kurt Gray, University of Maryland, College Park, Laine Young, Boston College, and Adam Waytz, Northwestern University, for the Psychological Inquiry paper “Mind Perception is the Essence of Morality”
Theoretical Innovation Prize

Nina Mazar, University of Toronto; Francesca Gino, Harvard University; Dan Ariely, Duke University; and APS Fellow Max Bazerman, Harvard University, for the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences paper “Signing at the Beginning Makes Ethics Salient and Decreases Dishonest Self-Reports in Comparison to Signing at the End”
Robert B. Cialdini Honorable Mention

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