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Psychologists Elected to American Academy of Arts & Sciences

Fourteen Psychologists were elected in April to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences out of 212 new fellows and nineteen foreign honorary members.

In April the American Academy of Arts and Sciences announced the election of 212 new fellows and nineteen foreign honorary members.  Among those elected were fourteen psychologists:

Nancy E. Adler
University of California, San Francisco 
 
Judy Sprague DeLoache
University of Virginia 
 
Nancy Kanwisher
Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
 
Jon Alexander Krosnick
Stanford University 
 
Barbara Landau
Johns Hopkins University 
 
Andrew N. Meltzoff
University of Washington 
 
J. Anthony Movshon
New York University 
 
David Premack
University of Pennsylvania 
 
Robert Rosenthal
University of California, Riverside 
 
Dan I. Slobin
University of California, Berkeley 
 
Philip E. Tetlock
University of California, Berkeley 
 
Claes von Hofsten
Uppsala University, Sweden
(foreign honorary member) 
 
James V. Wertsch
Washington University in St. Louis 
 
Timothy D. Wilson
University of Virginia
 

The full list of new fellows and members can be found at the Academy website. APA congratulates all of the newly elected scientists and scholars.