Logan Wright Distinguished Research Award
This award recognizes excellence and significant contributions in establishing the scientific base of pediatric psychology.
Annual deadline: December 1
Nominees need not be SPP members nor necessarily active in SPP activities, but they should be or should have been on the front line of active, productive research in the field of pediatric psychology.
How to Apply
Nominations can be made for one particularly significant contribution or a series of contributions that are available for scrutiny and documentation. Nominations and endorsements should include an evaluative summary of the contribution, noting the positive impact of the nominee's research and detailing the extent of scholarship given in productivity.
Self nominations will not be considered since this award represents recognition of scholarly contributions by one's peers. The nominees and the award recipient need not be SPP members nor necessarily active in SPP activities, but they should be or should have been on the front line of active, productive research in the field of pediatric psychology. The recipient will present a 20 minute summary of his/her research at APA’s annual meeting.
Nominations may be made by sending current curriculum vitae and letter describing the nominee's qualifying characteristics. Send nominations to:
Tonya M. Palermo, PhD
Professor, Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine
University of Washington and Seattle Children's Research Institute
P.O. Box 5371, CW-8
Seattle, WA 98145-5005
Past Recipients2013: Scott W. Powers
2012: Meg Zeller
2011: Sean Philipps
2010: Patrick McGrath
2009: Maureen Black
2008: Ronald T. Brown
2007: Barbara Morrongiello
2006: Tim Wysocki
2005: Grayson Holmbeck
2004: Robert Noll
2003: Karen Gil and Lori Stark
2002: Anne Kazak
2001: Alexander Quittner
2000: Ray Mulhern