William James Prize

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Hakwan Lau receiving the 2005 William James award from the then chair of the Prize committee, Phil Merikle

The William James Prize for Contributions to the Study of Consciousness is an award given by the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness.

Each year one prize is awarded for an outstanding published contribution to the empirical or philosophical study of consciousness by a graduate student or postdoctoral scholar within five years of receiving a PhD or other advanced degree.

The prize consists of:

  1. An award of $1000(USD);
  2. Invitation to present a plenary address at the next meeting of the ASSC;
  3. Lifetime membership in the ASSC.

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