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2011 Lifetime Achievement Award

December 25, 2011 Awards, Lifetime Achievement Awards

The Lifetime Achievement Award is ISIR’s highest honor, reserved for individuals who have, over their professional lifetime, substantially advanced the field of intelligence.

Lifetime 2010 Robert Plomin

The 2011 awardee was Professor Robert Plomin

Robert has worked extensively in twin research, perhaps most notably leading the TEDS project. More recently he has  contributed to molecular genetic work on intelligence. He has authored numerous books, nearing 1000 articles, and presented numerous invited and public talks and debates,  advancing the scientific study of intelligence. Several of his students now also occupy research positions, working in individual differences.

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