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The APA Award for Distinguished Professional Contributions to Applied Research (until 2003 known as the Award for Distinguished Professional Contributions to Knowledge) is a scientific award presented by the American Psychological Association "given to a psychologist whose research has led to important discoveries or developments in the field of applied psychology."
List of recipientsEdit
- 1979 Sol L. Garfield, Leopold Bellak, Harry Levinson
- 1980 Leonard D. Eron
- 1981 Carl Eisdorfer
- 1982 Roy Schafer
- 1983 Neal E. Miller
- 1984 Norman Frederiksen
- 1985 Albert Ellis
- 1986 Edward Zigler
- 1987 Mary D. S. Ainsworth, Hans H. Strupp
- 1988 Herman Feifel
- 1989 Allen E. Bergin
- 1990 Manfred J. Meier
- 1991 W. Grant Dahlstrom, Joseph D. Matarazzo
- 1992 Leopold Bellak, Harry Levinson
- 1993 Paul E. Meehl
- 1994 John L. Holland
- 1995 Kenneth I. Howard, Lester B. Luborsky
- 1996 Paul Satz
- 1997 John E. Exner, Samuel M. Turner
- 1998/1999 Peter E. Nathan
- 2000 Simon H. Budman
- 2001 Marvin R. Goldfried
- 2002 John D. Krumboltz
- 2003 Theodore Millon, Stanley Sue
- 2004 Robert J. Gatchel
- 2005 Gail S. Goodman
- 2006 Stephen M. Weiss
- 2007 Bruce E. Wampold
- 2008 Richard Rogers
- 2009 Luciano L'Abate
- 2010 Catherine E. Lord
- 2011 Ronald R. Levant
- 2012 Leslie S. Greenberg
- ↑ Award for Distinguished Professional Contributions to Applied Research. Apa.org. URL accessed on 2013-06-10.
- ↑ Wood, James M.; Lilienfeld, Scott O. (December 1999), "The Rorschach Inkblot Test: A Case of Overstatement?", Assessment 6 (4): 341–351, doi:10.1177/107319119900600405 . This paper is primarily devoted to debunking a claim appearing in Exner's award citation regarding the power of the Rorschach test.
- ↑ Widiger, Thomas A. (September 2001), "The Best and the Worst of Us?", Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice 8 (3): 374–377, doi:10.1093/clipsy.8.3.374 . This overview of the controversy over Exner and the award states "This award could be understood as a formal endorsement of the Rorschach. One would not provide an award for distinguished contributions to knowledge to Exner if the Rorschach had not provided substantial or significant contributions to knowledge."