The Dunnette Prize, named after the late Marvin D. Dunnette, is given to honor living individuals whose work has significantly expanded knowledge of the casual significance of individual differences through advanced research, development, and/or application. The prize was established to recognize individuals who have made significant and lasting contributions to understanding (assessing, predicting, and explaining) human behavior and performance by explicating the role played by individual difference. Such contributions can be in the form of basic research, applied research, or applications in practice.
Nominations must be made by members of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) and self-nominations are welcome. SIOP membership is not a requirement for nominee(s). The winner will receive a cash award of $50,000 and give an award address at an SIOP conference.
Submissions will be accepted through August 31st, 2017.
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