The TANG Prize for Achievements in Psychology honors a living internationally-recognized scholar in Psychology or a closely-related field who have shown creativity, and rigor in their approach and whose record of achievement has left an indelible mark on the field. The TANG Foundation is a private institution established by Dr. Fay Tang in 2006, headquartered in Toronto, Canada. The objective of the TANG foundation is to raise awareness of the importance of psychological health in the world.
This award recognizes significant early career contributions to understanding the neural basis of decision making or the impact of this knowledge on formal understanding of decision behavior.
More information is available on the the society's website, www.neuroeconomics.org
Graduate Group member, Danielle Bassett receives the “genius grant” that goes to people of "extraordinary originality and dedication" - http://www.macfound.org/fellows/class/class-2014/
Caitlin Clements' recent paper on the use of antidepressants during pregnancy and ADHD and autism in offspring has been cited in the Boston Globe, among other outlets.
The “genius grant” goes to people of "extraordinary originality and dedication" - http://www.macfound.org/fellows/889/
In Science Times section, Mike Kahana was featured on navigational cells located in human brains - http://www.nytimes.com/2013/08/06/science/navigational-cell-systems-located-in-human-brains.html
Society for Psychotherapy Research's 44th international meeting was held in Brisbane, Australia, July 2013 and Rob DeRubeis was recognized with the Distinguished Career Award