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Irving I. Gottesman

University of Minnesota James McKeen Cattell Fellow Award Irving I. Gottesman is known internationally for his work in the field of behavioral and psychiatric genetics. His research has focused on the many ways that genetic factors interact with and augment environmental influences that lead to endophenotypes for psychopathology. In 1966 More

Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi

Claremont Graduate University James McKeen Cattell Fellow Award Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi has devoted his career to studying what makes people happy. His books and scientific research publications on creativity, innovation, and what makes life worth living are used extensively and widely cited across many disciplines and professions. His seminal work was More

Judy S. DeLoache

University of Virginia (retired) William James Fellow Award Judy S. DeLoache is a leading expert on children’s behavior, and is renowned for developing the dual representation theory of symbolic development. Her work has greatly advanced the understanding of children’s memory and reasoning. In an early research program, DeLoache developed a More

Anthony Greenwald

University of Washington William James Fellow Award A renowned expert on human cognition, social psychologist Anthony Greenwald’s work has led to the discovery and documentation of unconscious and automatic thought processes that most people would rather not possess.  He ingeniously has taken what had once been a pariah of psychological More