Jevon S. Newman Early Career Award

The Early Career Contribution Award was created to recognize exceptional young scholars who have shown considerable promise and productivity in the formative years of their career and who have made a significant contribution to the understanding of psychopathy.

 

 

2019 Recipients

ARIELLE BASKIN-SOMMERS

Yale University

 

LUKE HYDE

University of Michigan

 

Joint presentation:

Challenging assumptions about psychopathy: Implications for development, parenting, treatment and the law.

 

 

2017 Recipients

ANDREA GLENN

University of Alabama

The Immoral Brain: Exploring the biological correlates of psychopathy.

 

KOSTAS FANTI

University of Cyprus

Assessing psychopathic traits from toddlerhood to adulthood: Neurophysiological, behavioral, and cognitive underpinnings.

 

2015 Recipient

 EVA KIMONIS

University of New South Wales

Translating Basic Research to Develop and Test a Novel, Targeted Intervention for Antisocial Children with Callous-Unemotional Traits.

 

2013 Recipients

 BRIAN HICKS

University of Michigan

Developmental Interplay Between Disinhibition and Boldness.

 

DUSTIN PARDINI

University of Pittsburgh Medical

Developmental Conceptualizations of Psychopathy: What Do We Know and Where Do We Go?

  

 

2011 Recipients

ESSI VIDING

University College, London

Genes, Brains and Parents: What Are Children with Callous-Unemotional Traits and Conduct Problems Made of?

 

 EDELYN VERONA

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Psychopathy Dimensions and Etiological Pathways: Phenotypes, Genotypes, and Cognitive-Affective Mechanisms.

 

 

 

 

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