Psychologists Elected to National Academy of Sciences and American Academy of Arts & Sciences

Psychologists were among those recently elected as members of the National Academy of Sciences and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

Three psychologists were elected to the National Academy of Sciences:

Patricia KuhlPatricia Kuhl
University of Washington


Lee D. RossLee D. Ross
Stanford University


Lee D. RossStanislas Dehaene
National Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSERM)
(foreign associate)


The complete list of 72 new members and 18 new foreign associates is available at the National Academy website.

The American Academy of Arts and Sciences honors leaders in the sciences, humanities, arts, business, and public affairs. Seven psychologists are among its 229 new members: 

Edward H. AdelsonEdward H. Adelson
Massachusetts Institute of Technology


Gerald L. CloreGerald L. Clore
University of Virginia


Martha J. FarahMartha J. Farah
University of Pennsylvania


 Jessie Gruman
Jessie Gruman
Center for Advancing Health


James S. JacksonJames S. Jackson
University of Michigan


Richard E. PettyRichard E. Petty
Ohio State University


Philip G. ZimbardoPhilip G. Zimbardo
Stanford University


See the American Academy website (PDF, 84.4KB) for the complete list of new members.

APA congratulates all the newly elected members of these prestigious organizations.