ESCoP Early Career Publication Awards

The ESCoP Early Career Publication Award (€1000) is an award for the best article accepted for publication in 2022. The applicant has to be the first author of the article and a member of ESCoP. In any given year, one person can only submit one application.

Two awards will be granted:

- ESCoP Early Career Publication Award for PhD students: to be granted for articles accepted while applicant is a PhD student, or within a year of receipt of the PhD. 

- ESCoP Early Career Publication Award for Post-docs: to be granted for articles accepted within five years of receipt of the applicant’s PhD. Priority will be given to publications different from PhD work.

Authors should send a copy of the publication, CV, the date of acceptance, and the date on which they got their PhD (if applicable) to the ESCoP Secretary. Applications should be sent before March 1st, 2023. A jury of three members nominated by the ESCoP Committee will choose the winners before June 1st, 2023. Only one submission per person will be considered. The eligibility period for applications can be extended by 12 months in case of maternity, and by 6 months in case of paternity (regardless of the number of children).

Early Career Publication Award recipients:

2023: Award for Post-docs: Popov, V., & Dames, H. (2022). Intent matters: Resolving the intentional versus incidental learning paradox in episodic long-term memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General, 10.1037/xge0001272. Advance online publication.

2023: Award for PhD students: Hautekiet, C., Langerock, N., & Vergauwe, E. (in press). Accessibility of Information in the Focus of Attention: Heightened or Reduced? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition.

2022: Award for Post-docs: Foerster, A., Moeller, B., Huffman, G., Kunde, W., Frings, C., & Pfister, R. (2021, November 22). The Human Cognitive
System Corrects Traces of Error Commission on the Fly. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. Advance online

2022: Award for PhD students: Gatti, D., Rinaldi, L., Marelli, M., Mazzoni, G., & Vecchi, T. (2021, December 23). Decomposing the Semantic Processes
Underpinning Veridical and False Memories. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. Advance online publication.

2021: Award for Post-docs: Deschrijver, E., & Palmer, C. (2020). Reframing social cognition: Relational versus representational mentalizing. Psychological Bulletin, 146 (11), 941-969.

2021Award for PhD students: Quinn, M. S., Campbell, K., & Keane, M. T. (2021). Do we “fear for the worst” or “Hope for the best” in thinking about the unexpected?: Factors affecting the valence of unexpected outcomes reported for everyday scenarios. Cognition, 208, 104520.

2020: Award for Post-docs: van Ede, F., Chekroud, S. R., & Nobre, A. C. (2019). Human gaze tracks attentional focusing in memorized visual space. Nature human behaviour, 3(5), 462-470.

2020: Award for PhD studentsVerbeke, P., & Verguts, T. (2019). Learning to synchronize: How biological agents can couple neural task modules for dealing with the stability-plasticity dilemma. PLoS computational biology, 15(8), e1006604.

2019: Vermeylen, L., Braem, S., & Notebaert, W. (2019). The affective twitches of task switches: Task switch cues are evaluated as negative. Cognition, 183, 124-130. 

2018: Wolff, M. J., Jochim, J., Akyürek, E. G., & Stokes, M. G. (2017). Dynamic hidden states underlying working-memory-guided behavior. Nature Neuroscience, 20(6), 864.

2017: Tom Heyman with Heyman, T., Hutchison, K. A., & Storms, G. (2016). Is semantic priming (ir)rational? Insights from the speeded word fragment completion task. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, memory, and cognition, 42(10), 1657-1663.

2016: Efthymia Kapnoula with Kapnoula, E. C., & McMurray, B. (2016). Training alters the resolution of lexical interference: Evidence for plasticity of competition and inhibition. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 145(1), 8-30.

2015: Mathieu Servant with Servant, M., Montagnini, A. & Burle, B. (2014). Conflict tasks and the diffusion framework: Insight in model constraints based on psychological laws. Cognitive Psychology, 72, 162-195.

2014: Kobe Desender with Desender, K., Van Opstal, F., & van den Bussche, E. (2014). Feeling the Conflict: The Crucial Role of Conflict Experience in Adaptation. Psychological Science, 25(3), 675-683.

2013: Elena Cañadas with Cañadas E, Rodríguez-Bailón R, Milliken B, Lupiáñez J. (2012). Social Categories as a Context for the Allocation of Attentional Control. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 142(3), 934-943.

2012: the committee decided to not award ECPA for 2011.

2011: Markus Janczyk with Janczyk, M., Franz, V.H. & Kunde, W. (2010). Grasping for parsimony: Do some motor actions escape dorsal processing? Neuropsychologia, 48, 3405-3415. 

2010: Sascha Topolinski with Topolinski, S. & Reber, R. (2010). Immediate Truth - Temporal Contiguity Between a Cognitive Problem and its Solution Determines Experienced Veracity of the Solution. Cognition, 114, 117-122.

2009: Frank Oppermann with Oppermann, F., Jescheniak, J. D., & Schriefers, H. (2008). Conceptual Coherence Affects Phonological Activation of Context Objects During Object Naming. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 34, 587–601. 

2008: Zara Bergström with Bergström, Z.M, Velmans, M, de Fockert, J, & Richardson-Klavehn, A (2007). ERP evidence for successful voluntary avoidance of conscious recollection. Brain Research, 1151, 119-133 

2007: Nieuwland, M. S., Van Berkum, J. J. A. with: When peanuts fall in love: N400 evidence for the power of discourse. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 18, 1098-1111. 

2006: Angel Correa, Spain, with Correa, A., Lupianez, J., & Tudela, P. (2005). Attentional preparation based on temporal expectancy modulates processing at the perceptual level, Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 12, 328-334

2005: Maria Ruz, Spain with Ruz, M., Worden, M. S., Tudela, P., & McCandliss, B. D. (2005). Inattentional amnesia to words in a high attentional load task. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 17, 768-776.

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