The George A. Miller Prize in Cognitive Neuroscience was established in 1995 by the Cognitive Neuroscience Society to honor the innovative scholarship of George A. Miller, whose many theoretical advances has so greatly influenced the discipline of cognitive neuroscience.
News Archive 2022
Deborah Prentice, provost of Princeton University and the Alexander Stewart 1886 Professor of Psychology and Public Affairs, has been nominated to be the next Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge. She would be the first American to fill the top academic and administrative role at the university, among the world’s oldest, which was founded in 1209.
Dr. Joseph Avery, a former Psychology graduate student and current Assistant Professor at the University of Miami Herbert Business School, has been named the first place winner of the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues 2022 Social Issues Dissertation Award.
Daniel Osherson, Princeton’s Henry R. Luce Professor in Information Technology, Consciousness, and Culture, Emeritus, and an emeritus professor of psychology, died at home in Princeton on Sept. 4 from complications due to Parkinson’s. He was 73 years old.
Sam Glucksberg, professor of psychology, emeritus, and a pioneer in the field of experimental psycholinguistics, died from a stroke Aug. 29 at Mount Sinai Beth Israel hospital in New York City. He was 89.
The Princeton University chapter of Phi Beta Kappa will present its annual awards for excellence in undergraduate teaching to Alexander Davis, lecturer in the Princeton Writing Program, and Casey Lew-Williams, professor of psychology and director of graduate studies.
The Department of Psychology held its annual Class Day event on Monday, May 22, 2022, to celebrate graduating seniors, honors recipients, and award winners.
Psychology faculty members Jonathan Cohen and Sabine Kastner have been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Are we all imagining the same thing when we listen to music, or are our experiences hopelessly subjective? In other words, is music a truly universal language? Associated Psychology faculty member Elizabeth Margulis explores these and other questions in research recently published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
RoseMarie Stevenson makes a significant contribution toward the University’s mission to advance learning through scholarship, research, and teaching of unsurpassed quality.