Early Career Outstanding Paper Award
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.
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:
Michael E. Lamb (2019)
Department of Psychology
University of Cambridge
Cambridge CB2 3RQ, United Kingdom
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