E. L. Thorndike Award for Career Achievement in Educational Psychology

This award recognizes career research in educational psychology.

Sponsor: Division 15

Description

The Thorndike Award is given in recognition of original, scientific, empirically based research that contributes significantly to the knowledge, theory, or practice of educational psychology. It is awarded to the psychologist with career achievements in research in the best tradition of educational psychology.

Eligibility
Nominees must be distinguished members of APA Division 15.
Past Recipients
2014

Sandra Graham, PhD

2013

Keith Stanovich, PhD

2004

Pressley, Michael

2003

Sternberg, Robert J.

2002

Levin, Joel

2001

Bransford, John

2000

Mayer, Richard

1999

Bandura, Albert

1998

Resnick, Lauren

1997

Anderson, R.C.

1996

Berliner

1995

Shulman

1994

Greeno

1993

Messick

1992

Linn

1991

Klausmeier

1990

Snow

1990

Snow

1989

Farley

1988

McKeachie

1987

Wittrock

1986

Gage

1985

Rothkopf

1984

Anastasi

1983

Chall

1982

Glaser

1981

Bruner

1980

Atkinson

1979

Suppes

1978

Stanley

1977

Ausubel

1976

Piaget

1975

Guilford

1974

Gagne

1973

Bloom

1972

Flanagan

1971

Thorndike

1970

Carroll

1969

Havinghurst

1968

Burt

1966

Skinner

1966

Skinner

1965

Brownell

1964

Pressley