2014 Early Career Award Recipient
Kent State University
Learning and Memory
Dr. Rawson’s prolific research program has both practical significance and theoretical impact on several interrelated problems pertaining to education, strategies that promote effective learning, and the automatization of reading. Her work demonstrates the critical importance of the spacing, timing, and difficulty of retesting on the quality and durability of learning in educationally relevant domains.
Katherine Rawson receives the 2014 Early Career Award from Governing Board Chair Jeremy Wolfe during the opening session of the 2014 Annual Meeting in Long Beach, California.