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Honours within the discipline are an important aspect of professional recognition a social device for highlighting important and original contributions to our science and for helping to set standards of both professional and scientific conduct. A large number of different kinds of awards have been made to people working in the field of psychology.
- Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
- David E. Rumelhart Prize
- Benjamin Franklin Medal
- Fondation Mattei Dogan Award in Psychological Sciences
- International Prize (Fyssen Foundation)
- Fellow of the British Academy
- Fellow of the Royal Society
- Bartlett medal of the UK Ergonomics Society
- M B Shapiro Award
- May Davidson Award
- Award for Distinguished Service to Psychological Science of the American Psychological Association
- Election to the National Academy of Sciences
- Election to American Academy of Arts and Sciences
- Distinguished Career Award of the Society for Psychotherapy Research
- Distinguished Research Contribution Award of the American Psychological Association
- Howard Crosby Warren Medal for Outstanding Research from the Society of Experimental Psychologists.
- American Psychological Foundation Gold Medal for Lifetime Achievement in Psychological Science
- U. S. National Medal of Science
- APA Distinguished Research Scientist Award.
- Karl F. Heiser Presidential Award for Advocacy on Behalf of Professional Psychology
- Joseph Zubin Award from the American Psychopathological Association.
- Kurt Lewin Memorial Award,
- G.W. Allport Prize,
- Carl Hovland Memorial Award.
- William James Fellow Award (Association for Psychological Science), 2007