Spearman Medal

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The Spearman Medal is an early-career award of the British Psychological Society's Research Board, given in recognition of outstanding published work in psychology which represents a significant body of work in terms of theoretical contributions, originality, and impact. The award was inaugurated in 1965 and is named in honour of Charles Spearman.

Medal winners are invited to give the Spearman Medal Lecture at the society's annual conference.[1]

List of medal winners[edit]

Year Medal winner[2]
1965 Anne Treisman
1966 -
1967 Alan Cowey
1968 -
1969 Peter B. Warr
1970 Kevin J. Connolly
1971 -
1972 -
1973 Susan Iverson
1974 Philip N. Johnson-Laird
1975 David J. Wood
1976 Edmund T. Rolls
1977 -
1978 Howard Giles
1979 -
1980 Gregory V. Jones
1981 Trevor W. Robbins
1982 Andrew W. Ellis
1983 -
1984 Geoffrey Beattie
1985 Charles Hulme
1986 Glyn W. Humphreys
1987 Miles Hewstone
1988 Stephen B. Dunnett
1989 Susan E. Gathercole
1990 Simon Baron-Cohen
1991 Jane Oakhill
1992 Usha Goswami
1993 Peter W. Halligan
1994 Jonathon Driver
1995 Michael Oaksford
1996 Nick Chater
1997 Neil Macrae
1998 Francesca Happé
1999 Simon Killcross
2000 Kate Nation
2001 Gregory R. Maio
2002 Thalia C. Eley
2003 -
2004 Jolanda Jetten
2005 Padraic Monaghan
2006 Sarah-Jayne Blakemore and Richard J. Crisp
2007 Christopher Chambers
2008 Tom Manly
2009 Matt Field
2010 Emily A. Holmes
2011 Essi Viding
2012 Angelica Ronald[3]
2013 Jonathan Roiser[4]
2014 Roi Cohen Kadosh
2015 Iroise Dumontheil
2016 Michael Banissy
2017 Rachael Jack (University of Glasgow) and Claire Haworth (University of Bristol)[5]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Spearman Medal". BPS. 2013-11-01. Retrieved 2014-01-11. 
  2. ^ "Spearman Medal". Hopc.bps.org.uk. Archived from the original on 2013-12-11. Retrieved 2014-01-11. 
  3. ^ "Dr Ronald awarded prestigious Spearman Medal — Birkbeck, University of London". Bbk.ac.uk. Retrieved 2014-01-11. 
  4. ^ "Society - Vol. 26, Part 4 ( April 2013)". Thepsychologist.org.uk. 2013-05-21. Retrieved 2014-01-11. 
  5. ^ "Spearman Medal winners". British Psychological Society. Retrieved 13 December 2017.