E. L. Thorndike Career Achievement Award

This award recognizes career research in educational psychology.

Sponsor: Division 15

Description

The E. L. Thorndike Career Achievement Award is among the most prestigious awards given to living recipients for substantial career achievements in educational psychology. Winners are recognized for research in the best tradition of educational psychology, meaning that the award is conferred for original, scientific, empirically-based research that contributes significantly to knowledge, theory or practice in educational psychology.

Eligibility

Nominees must be distinguished educational psychologists with powerful contributions to the field.

How to Apply

For more information and details about submitting an application, please see the division website.


Past Recipients
2014

Stephen Ceci

2013

Sandra Graham

2012

Keith Stanovich

2011

Barry Zimmerman

2010

Richard Shavelson

2009

Carol Dweck

2008

Bernard Weiner

2007

Jere Brophy

2006

Patricia A. Alexander

2005

Jacquelynne S. Eccles

2004

Michael Pressley

2003

Robert J. Sternberg

2002

Joel Levin

2001

John Bransford

2000

Richard Mayer

1999

Albert Bandura

1998

Lauren Resnick

1997

Richard C. Anderson

1996

David Berliner

1995

Lee S. Shulman

1994

James Greeno

1993

Sammuel Messick

1992

Robert Linn

1991

Herbert Klausmeier

1990

Richard E. Snow

1989

Frank Farley

1988

Wilbert McKeachie

1987

Merlin Wittrock

1986

Nathaniel L. Gage

1985

Ernst Rothkopf

1984

Anne Anastasi

1983

Jean Chall

1982

Robert Glaser

1981

Jerome Bruner

1980

Richard Atkinson

1979

Patrick Suppes

1978

Julian Stanley

1977

David Ausubel

1976

Jean Piaget

1975

Joy P. Guilford

1974

Robert M. Gagne

1973

Benjamin S. Bloom

1972

John Flanagan

1971

Robert Thorndike

1970

John B. Carroll

1969

Robert Havinghurst

1968

Cyril Burt

1967

Lee Cronbach

1966

Burrhus F. Skinner

1965

William A. Brownell

1964

Sidney Pressley