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American Psychological Association (APA) Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award for Prof Trevor Robbins and Prof Barry Everitt

last modified Mar 20, 2012 02:38 PM

Prof Trevor Robbins and Prof Barry Everitt
have been selected as the joint recipients of the 2011 American
Psychological Association (APA) Distinguished Scientific Contribution
Award.

This award recognizes distinguished theoretical or empirical contributions
to basic research in psychology and, as the history of this award
indicates, it is an outstanding accolade for scientific achievement.

An announcement of this award will be printed in the March 2011 APA Monitor.

Trevor and Barry have been invited to receive their honour at the awards
ceremony to be held at the APA Convention in Washington, D.C., August 4-7,
2011. It is also the custom for each award recipient to deliver an address
to the membership at that annual meeting.

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