Awards & Honors

Past President Roediger Receives Honorary Doctorate Roediger APS Immediate Past President Henry L. (Roddy) Roediger, III received an honorary doctorate in social sciences from Purdue University in May 2004. “Roddy’s influence is still strongly felt and his friendship still cherished,” said Howard M. Weiss, head of the department of psychological More

APS Fellow and Charter Member Aaron Beck – widely considered to be the founder of cognitive therapy – won the 2004 University of Louisville Grawemeyer Award for psychology. Beck is credited with the cognitive method of helping people learn techniques to help themselves. He developed this system of psychotherapy in More

Taylor The Institute of Medicine recently recognized Shelley E. Taylor and Aaron T. Beck for their continuing contributions to the psychological sciences. Beck Taylor, an APS Fellow and Charter Member, was one of 65 new members elected to the IOM, a part of the National Academies. New members are chosen More

APS Charter Member John “Jack” Jones has accepted the position of President at the Institute for Personality and Ability Testing, an assessment and interpretive report company known for revolutionizing questionnaire format. “Jack brings extensive professional experience to IPAT, in both management and service delivery,” said Robert McHenry, controlling shareholder of More

APS, Psi Chi Offer Bandura Award By Michelle Bushey Staff Writer Albert Bandura has made great contributions to psychology through his teaching and research. To honor his contributions, APS and Psi Chi are partnering to offer the Psi Chi/APS Albert Bandura Graduate Research Award. Through this partnership, Psi Chi, the More