2020 (awarded in 2021)
Sylvia Perry, Northwestern University
Sylvia Perry is an Assistant Professor of social psychology and medical social sciences (by courtesy), and a Faculty Associate for the Institute for Policy Research at Northwestern University. She investigates how racial bias awareness develops, and the implications of bias awareness for prejudice reduction, intergroup contact, and health disparities.
Sarah Gaither, Duke University
Dr. Sarah Gaither is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience at Duke University. She studies how contact with diverse others shapes social interactions, how having multiple social identities affects social behavior and perceptions, and what contexts influence social attitudes particularly for underrepresented populations across the lifespan.
Rodica Damian, University of Houston
Rodica Damian is a social/personality psychologist interested in understanding the lifespan development of human potential and resilience, and downstream consequences for career success and well-being. A major unifying theme of her research is how people can overcome disadvantaged backgrounds and adverse life experiences and thrive.
Diana Tamir, Princeton University
Diana Tamir is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Princeton University. Her research examines how people think about their own minds and the minds of other people using methods from psychology and cognitive neuroscience.
Neil Lewis, Jr., Cornell University
Neil Lewis, Jr. is an assistant professor in the departments of communication and medicine, and graduate field of psychology at Cornell University and Weill Cornell Medicine. His research examines how people's social contexts and identities influence their motivation to pursue their goals, and their success in goal pursuit efforts.
Steven O. Roberts, Stanford University
Steven O. Roberts is an assistant professor of psychology at Stanford University. His research interest is in identifying and dismantling the psychological forces that maintain and reinforce social inequality, with a particular focus on racial inequality.
Ana Gantman, Brooklyn College (CUNY)
Ana Gantman is an assistant professor of social psychology at Brooklyn College (CUNY). She completed her PhD at New York University. Her research program investigates morality as it pertains to social issues and public policy, and affects our behavior, cognition, and perception.
John Rauthmann, Bielefeld University
John Rauthmann is Professor of Personality Psychology and Psychological Assessment at Bielefeld University. His interests lie in dynamic approaches to personality and individual differences; person-environment relations (i.e., correlations, interactions, transactions, fits); psychological situations (i.e., conceptualization, taxonomization, measurement); and novel technology-based ways of measuring and assessing psychological information.
2019 (awarded in 2020)
Lara Aknin, Simon Fraser University
Joey Cheng, York University
William Chopik, Michigan State University
Amy Muise, York University
Ed O'Brien, University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Aneeta Rattan, London Business School
Louis Tay, Purdue University
Sander van der Linden, University of Cambridge
2019 (awarded in 2019)
Will Gervais, University of Kentucky
Igor Grossmann, University of Waterloo
Paul K. Piff, University of California, Irvine
Aidan G.C. Wright, University of Pittsburgh
Maike Luhmann, Ruhr University
Lauren Human, McGill University
Michael Varnum, Arizona State University
Rebecca Neel, University of Toronto
Mark Brandt, Tilburg University
Molly Crockett, Yale University / Oxford Centre for Neuroethics
Michael Kraus, Yale University
Nour Kteily, Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management
Kristin Laurin, University of British Columbia
Ryne Sherman, Texas Tech University
Erica Slotter, Villanova University
Joshua Tybur, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Erika Carlson, University of Toronto
Mina Cikara, Harvard University
Jesse Graham, University of Southern California
Kurt Gray, University of North Carolina
Andrew Todd, University of Iowa
Liane Young, Boston College
Jamil Zaki, Stanford University
Wiebke Bleidorn, University of California, Davis
Jon Freeman, New York University
Ulrich Orth, University of Bern
Cheryl Wakslak, University of Southern California
Adam Waytz, Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management
Clayton Critcher, University of California, Berkeley, Haas School of Business
Emily Impett, University of Toronto Mississauga
Nick Rule, University of Toronto
Jenessa Shapiro, University of California, Los Angeles
Jay Van Bavel, New York University
Mark J. Landau
Michael I. Norton
C. Nathan DeWall
Jason P. Mitchell
Wendy Berry Mendes
B. Keith Payne