Raymond S. Nickerson for Best Paper Award in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied

Raymond S. Nickerson was the inaugural editor for the Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied. In 2009, Division 21 (Applied Experimental and Engineering Psychology) developed this award in his honor.

This award recognizes an article published in a one-year volume of the Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied as (1) having potential for enduring impact in the area of applied experimental psychology and (2) representing an original empirical investigation in experimental psychology that bridges practically oriented problems and psychological theory.

The editor of JEP: Applied begins the review process and forwards the finalists to the Division 21 Award Committee for selection of the winner.

How to Apply

Four consulting editors and/or current members of Division 21 will be asked to nominate papers for consideration. Each person will be assigned one issue of the Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied volume for that year and asked to rate each paper in that issue and use those ratings as the basis to nominate one to two papers from that issue. The nomination process will occur in February of each year.

Past Recipients
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