Developmental Science

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Edited By: Charles A. Nelson, Michelle de Haan, and Paul C. Quinn

Impact Factor: 4.278

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 5/65 (Psychology Developmental); 6/83 (Psychology Experimental)

Online ISSN: 1467-7687

Early Career Researcher Prize


In order to help recognise the emergence of new researchers with outstanding potential in the field of developmental sciences, the Developmental Science editors wish to award an annual prize for the best original scientific paper or report to appear in the journal Developmental Science.  For further information, please click here.

Previous Prize Winners...  Read these prize-winning articles online today - freely available to all, simply click on the article titles below:

The 2012 Developmental Science Early Career Researcher Prize was awarded to: Dr Richard Prather, for the paper ‘Connecting neural coding to number cognition: a computational account' (Richard W. Prather)

The 2011 Developmental Science Early Career Researcher Prize was awarded to: Melissa Libertus, for the paper ‘Preschool acuity of the Approximate Number System correlates with math ability' (Melissa E. Libertus, Lisa Feigenson and Justin Halberda)

The 2010 Developmental Science Early Career Research Prize was awarded to Yang Zhang, for the paper 'Neural coding of formant-exaggerated speech in the infant brain' (Yang Zhang, Tess Koerner, Sharon Miller, Zach Grice-Patil, Adam Svec, David Akbari, Liz Tusler and Edward Carney)

The 2009 Developmental Science Early Career Research Prize was awarded to Nim Tottenham, for the paper 'Prolonged institutional rearing is associated with atypically larger amygdala volume and difficulties in emotion regulation' (Nim Tottenham, Todd A. Hare, Brian T. Quinn, Thomas W. McCarry, Marcella Nurse, Tara Gilhooly, Alexander Millner, Adriana Galvan, Matthew C. Davidson, Inge-Marie Eigsti, Kathleen M. Thomas, Peter J. Freed, Elizabeth S. Booma, Megan R. Gunnar, Margaret Altemus, Jane Aronson, B.J. Casey)

The 2008 Developmental Science Early Career Researcher Prize was awarded to Dr. Essi Viding, for the paper Heritability of antisocial behaviour at 9: Do callous-unemotional traits matter? (Essi Viding, Alice P. Jones, J. Frick Paul, Terrie E. Moffitt and Robert Plomin)

The 2007 Developmental Science Early Career Researcher Prize was awarded to David Buttelmann, for the paper Enculturated chimpanzees imitate rationally (David Buttelmann, Malinda Carpenter, Josep Call and Michael Tomasello.)

The 2006 Developmental Science Early Career Researcher Prize was awarded to Barbara Conboy, for the paper Two languages, one developing brain: event-related potentials to words in bilingual toddlers (Barbara T. Conboy and Debra L. Mills.)

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