Supported by the Psychonomic Society, Routledge, and the Comparative Cognition Society
CCS will honor early career (within 10 years of PhD and pre-tenure, or within 5 years of first position) scientists who have made a notable contribution to the study of comparative cognition.
Interested applicants/nominators can download the application form here.
All applications will be reviewed by the CCS awards committee.
The award winner will be announced before the conference and give a 15-minute talk on their research, introduced by the awards committee chair.
The winner will receive $1,000 USD, and a plaque sponsored by the Comparative Cognition Society.
2023 — Muhammad A.J. Qadri (College of the Holy Cross)
2022 — Marisa Hoeschele (Acoustics Research Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences)
2021 — Lauren Guillette (University of Alberta)