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Barbara Wilson
Barbara Wilson, winner of the
2008 Professional Practice
Lifetime Achievement Award

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Lifetime Achievement Award

Awarded by the Professional Practice Board

Inaugurated in 2006.

This annual award is given to a current or retired practitioner of psychology in any area of professional applied psychology. It acknowledges not only outstanding personal success but also reinvestment in psychology through encouraging and developing others.

2006 Ian Gray
2007 Joan Freeman
2008 Barbara Wilson
2009 Gisli Gudjonsson and Stanley Rachman
2010 John Hall and Gerry Randell
2011 Chris Cullen
2012 Peter Fonagy

Full details of the award criteria and how to make nominations


Lifetime Achievement Award for Distinguished Contributions to Psychological Knowledge

Awarded by the Research Board

Inaugurated in 2009.

This annual award is given to a current or retired academic or researcher in any area of psychology. It acknowledges not only an outstanding record of personal achievements but also significant contributions to the advancement of psychological knowledge.

2009 Uta Frith and Annette Karmiloff-Smith
2010 Alan Cowey
2011 Colwyn Trevarthen
2012 Alan Baddeley
2013 Andy Young

Full details of the award criteria and how to make nominations


Lifetime Achievement Award

Awarded by the Psychology Education Board

Inaugurated in 2011.

This annual award is given for distinguished lifetime achievement in psychology education.

2011 Richard Latto and John Radford
2012 Annie Trapp
2013 Dennis Child

Full details of the award criteria and how to make nominations

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