Awards

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Awards play a central role in the research community by recognizing researchers for the valuable contributions they make to the world of discovery. In September 2013, we launched a new portal to showcase research awards supported by Elsevier, along with information about how to apply or nominate recipients. Many of these awards are made possible by societies and other partnering organizations. Elsevier has rewarded hundreds of outstanding academics across the world, and today presents about 300 awards a year with grants ranging from $100 to $25,000.

Visit the Elsevier Global Research Awards page: www.elsevier.com/awards

See more information about awards on Elsevier Connect: http://www.elsevier.com/connect/story/awards

Journal of School Psychology Article and Reviewer of the Year Awards 2015

Article of the Year Award 2015

Article of the Year AwardEach year, JSP is proud to award one group of authors the 'Article of the Year' award for outstanding contribution to the field of school psychology. The intent is to provide recognition to scholars in school psychology and to provide additional support for the recipients' research programs.

The annual selection of the JSP Article of the Year is based on (a) Society for the Study of School Psychology (SSSP) members’ and Journal of School Psychology Editorial Board members’ nominations and (b) rankings offered by a selection committee composed of SSSP members. The award is announced at SSSP's Membership Meeting held during the annual convention of either the National Association of School Psychologists or the American Psychological Association.

In 2015 congratulations goes to Holly and her team for the winning article:

Maximizing the Potential of Early Childhood Education to Prevent Externalizing Behavioral Problems: A Meta-analysis 
Holly S. Schindler, Jenya Kholoptseva, Soojin S. Oh, Hirokazu Yoshikawa, Greg J. Duncan, Katherine A. Magnuson, and Jack P. Shonkoff

Information on previous Article of the Year Award Winners can be accessed via the Society for the Study of School Psychology website.


Reviewer of the Year Award 2015

Amanda

The Reviewer of the Year Award 2015 goes to Amanda Nickerson, PhD, University at Buffalo, State University of New York, USA

Information on previous Reviewer of the Year Award Winners can be accessed via the Society for the Study of School Psychology website.