Edgar A. Doll Award

The Edgar A. Doll Award is a career award that honors an individual for his or her substantial contributions to the understanding of intellectual or developmental disabilities throughout their career.

Deadline: March 1, 2016

Sponsor: Division 33

Description

The award is presented annually.

The award winners will receive a $1,000 honorarium.

Eligibility

The recipient must be a member or fellow of Div. 33, and agree to attend APA's Annual Convention and give a talk.

How to Apply

Nomination Procedure

Nominations should include the following:

  • A letter of nomination specifying the contributions of the nominee relevant to intellectual and developmental disabilities.
  • A complete vita.

Submission

Nominations and any questions should be emailed directly to Alice Carter, PhD. Carter serves as chair of the 2016 Division Awards Committee.

Nominations can be made anytime, but must be received no later than March 1, 2016. Nominees will be notified of the award committee’s decision by March 15, 2016.

Past Recipients
2014

Wayne Silverman, PhD

2013

Steven F. Warren, PhD

2012

Ann Kaiser, PhD

2011

Michael Aman, PhD

2010

Bruce L. Baker, PhD

2009

Sara Sparrow, PhD

2008

Michael Guralnick, PhD

2007

Douglas K. Detterman, PhD

2006

Ann Streissguth, PhD

2005

Robert Sprague, PhD

2004

Gene P. “Jim” Sackett, PhD

2003

John Borkowski, PhD

2002

Travis Thompson, PhD

2001

Don Routh, PhD

2000

Todd Risley, PhD

1999

Murray Sidman, PhD

1998

Nancy Robinson, PhD

1997

Richard Eyman, PhD

1996

Donald Baer, PhD

1995

Stephen Schroeder, PhD

1994

Ivar Lovaas, PhD

1993

Brian Iwata, PhD

1992

Earl Butterfield, PhD

1991

Alfred Baumeister, PhD

1990

Henry Leland, PhD

1989

Donald MacMillan, EdD

1988

H. Carl Haywood, PhD

1987

Edward Zigler, PhD

1986

Norman Ellis, PhD

1985

No award given.

1984

Sidney Bijou, PhD

1983

Marie S. Crissey, PhD

1982

Gershon Berkson, PhD

1981

Samuel Kirk, PhD