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News Release 18-027

Developmental psychologist receives 2018 Alan T. Waterman Award

Kristina R. Olson takes award for breakthrough research on early childhood development

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The National Science Foundation bestows upon University of Washington social and developmental psychologist Kristina R. Olson the nationís highest honor for a young scientist or engineer: The Alan T. Waterman Award for 2018. Olsonís research innovatively applies a basic science approach to questions that had been predominantly studied from a clinical perspective.

Credit: NSF

 

Olson talks to young girls.

Award winner Kristina Olson conducts developmental psychology studies with young children.

Credit: Kristina Olson, University of Washington


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University of Washington developmental psychologist Kristina Olson uncovers how attitudes develop.

Credit: Kristina Olson, University of Washington


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