Early Career Outstanding Paper Award
Submissions accepted Jan. 1 – March 15.
The paper must significantly advance content knowledge, methodology and/or theory in developmental psychology. Important criteria include the importance of the work, innovation and the likely impact on the field. The nominee must be the first author and must be a member of APA and Div. 7.
Winners do not need to attend the APA convention to receive awards.
Applicants can be self- or other-nominated. An in-press paper must be accompanied by a letter of acceptance from the editor. Nominees must make sure that any other authors of the nominated article do not object to the nomination.
Membership in APA’s Div. 7 is required to earn an award.
The annual deadline is March 15.
Nominations should include:
- The paper being nominated.
- The CV of the nominee.
- A one-page cover letter outlining the strengths, importance and potential impact of the article
Email nominations to:
2022: Jorge Cuartas
2021: Yang Hou
2020: Camelia Hostinar
2019: Mark Wade
2018: Ashley Groh and Lee Raby
2017: Cecilia Cheung and Traci Kennedy
2016: Arya Ansari, Sarah Moore, Marije Verhage
2015: Kimberly Cuevas, Elida Laski, David Yeager
2014: Kate Monohan
2013: John Best
2012: Michael Sulik