MERIT Awards are nominated and awarded by NIH and “provide long-term, stable support to investigators whose research competence and productivity are distinctly superior and who are likely to continue to perform in an outstanding manner.”
Carey’s research examines the fundamental question of how humans construct knowledge through processes such as face processing, social cognition, numerical representation, word learning, counting, and explanation. Her studies in all of these areas...
Congratulations to grad student, Tessa Charlesworth, for being selected as a 2020 Harvard Horizons Scholar! Harvard Horizons Scholars are PhD candidates chosen for their outstanding research to receive in-depth, personalized mentoring designed to enhance their presentation skills. The program culminates in a campus-wide Harvard Horizons Symposium, which will...
The APS Janet Taylor Spence Award recognizes transformative early career contributions to psychological science. Award recipients are APS members who are among our most creative and promising investigators.
Professor James Sidanius and colleagues have won The Society of Experimental Social Psychology’s Scientific Impact Award for their 1994 paper in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology paper titled Social dominance orientation: A personality variable predicting social and political attitudes.
Professor Jesse Snedeker been selected for a 2019 Everett Mendelsohn Excellence in Mentoring Award. This award, sponsored by the Harvard University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Student Council, recognizes faculty members who truly go out of of their way to mentor graduate students.
Assistant Professor Talia Konkle is the winner of the Vision Sciences Society's 2019 Young Investigator Award. The Young Investigator Award is an award given to an early stage researcher who has already made a significant contribution to their field. The award is sponsored by Elsevier, and the awardee is invited to submit a review paper to Vision Research highlighting this contribution.