Dr. Ernest Lepore accepted as a foreign member of the Finnish Academy of Science and Letters
It is our pleasure to announce that Dr. Ernest Lepore's nomination for foreign member of the Finnish Academy of Science and Letters has been accepted. This is a great honor bestowed to less than 200 foreign scholars in all fields.
Dr. Feldman and Dr. Singh receive Award for Excellence in Research
It gives us great pleasure to anounce that Dr. Feldman and Dr. Singh have been jointly selected to receive a Board of Trustees Award for Excellence in Research for the academic year 2013-2014.
The award will be presented at a reception to be held at the Visitor Center on Wednesday, May 7, 2014, at 2:00 p.m.
Dr. Randy Gallistel is the new APS President Elect
Congratulations to Dr Charles Randy Gallistel on becoming the new President Elect of the Association for Psychological Science!
Dr. Melissa Kibbe appointed as Assistant Professor
Congratulations to Dr. Melissa Kibbe, a recent RuCCS alumna, on her appointment as Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Boston University! Melissa obtained her Ph.D in Alan Leslie's Cognitive Development Lab for her work on object cognition in infants. She held a pre-doc fellowship under the NSF IGERT Program in Perceptual Science working in Dr. Eileen Kowler's Eye Movements, Vision & Cognition Lab, and was part of our Certificate in Cognitive Science program. Melissa is currently a post-doctoral research associate in Dr. Lisa Feigenson's Child Development Lab at Johns Hopkins University and will take up her position at BU later this year.
Paper by Prof. Syrett and Prof. Musolino wins award
Each year, Language Acquisition presents a Best Paper Award to an untenured researcher. Any article presenting original research (Research Articles or Brief Articles) whose first author is an untenured scientist (student or faculty) is eligible for the prize. The prize committee consists of the Editor-in-Chief, Brief Articles Editors, and Associate Editors, and award decisions are made by ...