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The Society for Mathematical Psychology promotes the advancement and communication of research in mathematical psychology and related disciplines. Mathematical psychology is broadly defined to include work of a theoretical character that uses mathematical methods, formal logic, or computer simulation. The Society journal is the Journal of Mathematical Psychology.

William K Estes Early Career Award

The Society for Mathematical Psychology presents an award annually for exceptional published research in the field of mathematical psychology by an early career investigator. Previously known as the "New Investigator Award", it was renamed after William K Estes in 2009, recognizing his contributions to our Society and the field of mathematical psychology generally. The award is intended to include individuals who are either students or are no more than six years beyond the Ph.D. at the time of nomination. The awardee need not be a member of the Society.

 

R. Duncan Luce Outstanding Paper Award

The Society for Mathematical Psychology presents an award annually for the most outstanding paper published in the Journal of Mathematical Psychology in the preceding three years. The award is named after R. Duncan Luce, recognizing his founding role in the field of mathematical psychology, and in our Society and the journal.

 

William K Estes Early Career Award

  • 2013 Wolf Vanpaemel
  • 2012 Clintin Davis-Stober
  • 2011 Charles Kemp
  • 2010 Janne Kujala
  • 2009 Thomas Griffiths
  • 2008 Scott Brown
  • 2007 Daniel Navarro
  • 2006 Eric-Jan Wagenmakers
  • 2005 Josh Tenenbaum
  • 2004 Marc Howard
  • 2003 Michael Lee
  • 2002 George Karabatsos
  • 2001 David Huber
  • 2000 (no award given)
  • 1999 Michel Regenwetter
  • 1998 Robin Thomas
  • 1997 Adele Dieterich
  • 1996 Jerry Balakrishnan
  • 1995 In Jae Myung
  • 1994 Zygmund Pizlo
  • 1993 Michael D'Zmura
  • 1992 (no award given)
  • 1991 Peter Wakker
  • 1990 Rami Zwick
  • 1989 Theodore Alper
  • 1988 Michael Rudd
  • 1987 Robert Nosofsky

R. Duncan Luce Outstanding Paper Award

  • 2013 Jeffrey N. Rouder, Richard D. Morey, Paul L. Speckman and Jordan M. Province
  • 2012 Christoph Klauer and David Kellen
  • 2011 Clintin Davis-Stober
  • 2010 Diederik Aerts
  • 2009 Geoffrey Iverson
  • 2008 Duncan Luce and Ragnar Steingrimsson
  • 2007 Robin Thomas
  • 2006 Adele Diederich and Jerome Busemeyer
  • 2005 Michael Levine
  • 2004 Ehtibar Dhafarov
  • 2003 Louis Narens
  • 2002 Phil Smith
  • 2001 John Miyamoto
  • 2000 Richard Chechile

 

 
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