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Social Psychology Section

Previous award holders

Previous Award Holders

PhD Award

No award was given in 2013.

The 2012 PhD Award was presented to Dr Annelies Vredeveldt (University of Cape Town) for the following paper:

Vredeveldt, A., Hitch, G. J. & Baddeley, A. D. (2011). Eyeclosure helps memory by reducing cognitive load and enhancing visualisation.  Memory & Cognition, 39, 1253-1263.

Dr Vredeveldt delivered the PhD Award lecture at the Section's 2012 Annual Conference in St Andrews.

Mid-Career Award

The 2015 holder of the Social Psychology Section Mid-Career Award is Prof David De Cremer of the University of Cambridge.  Prof. De Cremer's Award lecture and presentation took place at the Section's 2015 Annual Conference. 

The 2013 holder of the Social Psychology Section Mid-Career Award was Prof. Richard Crisp of the University of Sheffield. Prof. Crisp's Award lecture and presentation took place at the Section's 2013 Annual Conference. 

The 2011 holder of the Social Psychology Section Mid-Career Award was Prof. Liz Stokoe. Prof. Stokoe's Award lecture and presentation took place at the Section's 2011 Annual Conference in Cambridge. 

Distinguished Contribution Award

The 2014 Award for Distinguished Contribution to Social Psychology was presented to Prof. Catherine Campbell (LSE).  Prof. Campbell delivered the Distinguished Contribution Award lecture at the Section's Annual Conference in Canterbury.  

The 2012 Award for Distinguished Contribution to Social Psychology was presented to Prof. Dame Glynis Breakwell (University of Bath).  Prof. Dame Breakwell delivered the Distinguished Contribution Award lecture at the Section's Annual Conference in St Andrews, and was the subject of a specially convened symposium to mark her contribution to social psychology.