FABBS Foundation Announces 2014 Early Career Impact Award Winners

January 21, 2014

by Chris Cameron

The FABBS Foundation recently announced the winners of the 2014 Early Career Impact Award, which recognizes early career scientists of FABBS scientific societies who have made major contributions to the sciences of mind, brain, and behavior. In its second year seven scientists representing a broad array of research in our sciences are honored. The scientists will receive the award at their nominating society’s 2014 Annual Meeting or another high visibility venue. The award winners are:

S. Alexandra Burt, PhD
Michigan State University
Society for Research in Psychopathology

Thomas L. Griffiths, PhD
University of California, Berkeley
Cognitive Science Society

Matthew W. Johnson, PhD
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Association for Behavior Analysis International

Ethan F. Kross, PhD
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Society of Experimental Social Psychology

Sid O'Bryant, PhD
University of North Texas Health Science Center
National Academy of Neuropsychology

Greg Hajcak Proudfit, PhD
Stony Brook University
Society for Psychophysiological Research 

Yakeel T. Quiroz, PhD
Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston
Massachusetts Neuropsychological Society 

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