Early Career Outstanding Paper Award
Early Career Outstanding Paper Award in Developmental Psychology
The Early Career Outstanding Paper Award recognizes a graduate student or early career scientist (within 7 years of Ph.D.) who has published (or has in press) an outstanding paper in 2012. The paper must significantly advance content knowledge, methodology, and/or theory in developmental psychology. Important criteria include the significance of the work, innovation, and likely impact on the field. In the case of multi-investigator studies, the application should make clear the specific contribution of the person being nominated. The nominee must be the first author and a member of Division 7. Applicants can be self- or other-nominated. An in-press paper must be accompanied by a letter of acceptance from the editor. Nominees need to ensure that any other authors of the article or in press manuscript do not object to the nomination.
To nominate an individual, please email the paper, the CV of the nominee, and a one-page cover letter outlining the strengths, importance, and potential impact of the article to Dr. Nancy Eisenberg, Department of Psychology, Arizona State University, email: email@example.com. The selection committee is co-chaired by Dr. Nancy Eisenberg and Bob McMurray. Applications are due March 15, 2013.