The Clifford T. Morgan Distinguished Leadership Award honors individuals for their significant contributions to the field of cognitive psychology. Recipients have been in the field for 10+ years and have demonstrated sustained leadership and service to the discipline. For the full nomination criteria and selection process, click here.
2020 Clifford T. Morgan Distinguished Leadership Award Recipients
About Clifford T. Morgan
Clifford Thomas Morgan, professor of psychology at the University of Texas, was born in Minolta, New Jersey, in 1915. He received his undergraduate education at Maryville College and his PhD from Rochester University in 1939. He passed away in 1976 in Austin, Texas.
Clifford T. Morgan was a founding member of the Psychonomic Society and the first Governing Board Chair. W.R. Garner, Yale University, wrote this wonderful memorial in Clifford T. Morgan's honor. The memorial was shared at the Psychonomic Society's 1976 Annual Meeting.
Clifford T. Morgan
University of Arizona, USA
Stony Brook University, SUNY, USA
Minerva School at KGI, USA
Other Psychonomic Society Awards
Best Article Award
Early Career Award
Graduate Travel Award
J. Frank Yates
Student Travel Award
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