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Gary Wells Recipient of Lifetime Achievement Award

The APS James McKeen Cattell Fellow Award recognizes APS Members for a lifetime of outstanding contributions to the area of applied psychological research. Recipients research addresses a critical problem in society at large. Honorees are recognized annually at the APS Convention. Cattell, an experimental psychologist, developed research techniques that allow for the study of groups of people … Continue reading Gary Wells Recipient of Lifetime Achievement Award

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Recent Psychology Graduate Honored with Award

Lindsey Hildebrand, recently graduated with Magna Cum Laude honors in Psychology, and was also commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Army.  In recognition of her excellence, she was awarded one of only two Pallas Athene awards in the U.S. by the Women’s Army Corps Veterans Association.  This award recognizes the top two outstanding military science female … Continue reading Recent Psychology Graduate Honored with Award

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Gary Wells Honored With James McKeen Cattell Fellow Award

Gary Wells, Distinguished Professor of Psychology, was selected for the Association for Psychological Science’s James McKeen Cattell Fellow Award.  This award is the highest honor conferred by APS.  It honors distinguished APS members for a lifetime of outstanding contributions to applied psychological research.  Dr. Wells will be presented with this award at the 2017 APS meeting … Continue reading Gary Wells Honored With James McKeen Cattell Fellow Award

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Alison Phillips named rising star by APS

Alison Phillips was selected as a Rising Star by the Association for Psychological Science (APS). The honor is awarded to “the best and the brightest of psychological science,” according to Sarah Brookhart, executive director for APS. Dr. Phillips’ research focuses on the co-dependence of behavioral theory and methodology for optimal promotion of long-term behavior change.