Psychonomic Society Early Career Award
The Psychonomic Society will confer scientific awards upon young scientists who have made significant contributions to scientific psychology early in their careers. Each year the Society will name not more than four awardees. One nominee, whose research is closest to the areas of perception and attention, will receive the Steven Yantis Early Career Award. The awardees will be formally recognized at the Annual Meeting, and will receive a plaque or framed award document and a cash prize, initially set to $2,500 plus airfare to the Annual Meeting. The names of awardees will be displayed permanently on the Society’s web site.
- Awardees must have completed their highest degree (typically the PhD) no more than ten years before the year in which the award is given.
- The nominee must be a Member or Fellow of the Psychonomic Society.
- Nominations may be made by any Member, Fellow or Emeritus Member of the Psychonomic Society.
- The nomination will be submitted electronically to the Psychonomic Society.
- The nomination will consist of the nominee’s current CV, a letter (no more than 2 pages) from the nominator and from one other Member of the Society, and up to four of the nominee’s most significant publications.
- Self-nominations are not permitted.
- The deadline will be March 15, 2015. DEADLINE EXTENDED TO MARCH 31, 2015. Please submit nominations for consideration by the Awards Committee so awardees can plan to attend and be recognized at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society in Chicago, Illinois, USA.
For more details see: http://www.psychonomic.org/early-career-awards