B. F. Skinner - List of Awards and Positions

List of Awards and Positions

  • 1926 A.B., Hamilton College
  • 1930 M.A., Harvard University
  • 1930-1931 Thayer Fellowship
  • 1931 Ph.D., Harvard University
  • 1931-1932 Walker Fellowship
  • 1931-1933 National Research Council Fellowship
  • 1933-1936 Junior Fellowship, Harvard Society of Fellows*1936-1937 Instructor, University of Minnesota
  • 1937-1939 Assistant Professor, University of Minnesota
  • 1939-1945 Associate Professor, University of Minnesota
  • 1942 Guggenheim Fellowship (postponed until 1944-1945)
  • 1942 Howard Crosby Warren Medal, Society of Experimental Psychologists
  • 1945-1948 Professor and Chair, Indiana University
  • 1947-1948 William James Lecturer, Harvard University
  • 1948-1958 Professor, Harvard University
  • 1949-1950 President of the Midwestern Psychological Association
  • 1954-1955 President of the Eastern Psychological Association
  • 1958 Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award, American Psychological Association
  • 1958-1974 Edgar Pierce Professor of Psychology, Harvard University
  • 1964-1974 Career Award, National Institute of Mental Health
  • 1966 Edward Lee Thorndike Award, American Psychological Association
  • 1966-1967 President of the Pavlovian Society of North America
  • 1968 National Medal of Science, National Science Foundation
  • 1969 Overseas Fellow in Churchill College, Cambridge
  • 1971 Gold Medal Award, American Psychological Foundation
  • 1971 Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr., Foundation for Mental Retardation International award
  • 1972 Humanist of the Year Award, American Humanist Society
  • 1972 Creative Leadership in Education Award, New York University
  • 1972 Career Contribution Award, Massachusetts Psychological Association
  • 1974-1990 Professor of Psychology and Social Relations Emeritus, Harvard University
  • 1978 Distinguished Contributions to Educational Research Award and Development, American Educational Research Association
  • 1978 National Association for Retarded Citizens Award
  • 1985 Award for Excellence in Psychiatry, Albert Einstein School of Medicine
  • 1985 President's Award, New York Academy of Science
  • 1990 William James Fellow Award, American Psychological Society
  • 1990 Lifetime Achievement Award, American Psychology Association
  • 1991 Outstanding Member and Distinguished Professional Achievement Award, Society for Performance Improvement
  • 1997 Scholar Hall of Fame Award, Academy of Resource and Development

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