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Congratulations Bernstein & Lubinski: Two Awards for Excellence in Research!

Aug. 6, 2021—Brian Bernstein, a Quantitative Methods Ph.D. student working with David Lubinski, earned the junior-division 2020-2021 Award for Excellence in Research from the MENSA Foundation for his Psychological Science article entitled “Psychological Constellations Assessed at Age 13 Predict Distinct Forms of Eminence 35 Years Later,” co-authored by David Lubinski and Dean Camilla Benbow. David Lubinski, a Quantitative Methods...

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Kathryn Humphreys was selected for the 2021 ZERO TO THREE ‘s Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health (IECMH) Emerging Leadership Award!

Aug. 6, 2021—Kathryn  Humphreys, an assistant professor of psychology and human development,  was selected for the 2021 ZERO TO THREE ‘s Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health (IECMH) Emerging Leadership Award in the category of Research.  This competitive award is acknowledgment of professionals who demonstrate significant visionary and cutting-edge work with potential to transform practices, policies, and...

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Dr. Leigh Scheer won the David Schleyer Faculty Award!

May. 12, 2021—Congratulations to Leigh Scheer for winning the David Schleyer Faculty Award! The David Schleyer Faculty Award is established by the generous gift of Mary Zygala Schleyer and William T. Schleyer of Rye Beach, New Hampshire, in honor of their son, David Franklin Schleyer, in appreciation of the support he received by faculty at Peabody during his...

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Dr. Megan Saylor received the Ellen Gregg Ingalls Award for Excellence in Classroom Teaching!

Apr. 17, 2021—Megan Saylor, professor of psychology and human development, received the Ellen Gregg Ingalls Award for Excellence in Classroom Teaching at Vanderbilt’s Spring Faculty Assembly. Congratulations, Meg!  Find the details here.  

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Faculty members have been selected for the class of fellows!

Sep. 19, 2020—Jennifer Trueblood, Georgene Troseth, Megan Saylor, Duane Watson, Kate Humphreys, Bethany Rittle-Johnson, Sonya Sterba, Sarah Brown-Schmidt, and Lisa Fazio were named APS Fellows. The status of fellow is awarded to APS members who have made outstanding contributions to the science of psychology in the areas of research, teaching, service, and application. And Sonya Sterba was named an APA...

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