The American version of this award is presented every other year in recognition of a lifetime of contributions to the field of intelligence and related subjects.
An exceptional body of work in research, theory or other scholarly work by a living person over a period of not less than 15 years. Winners may be educators and/or practitioners in the fields of giftedness, brain function, human intelligence, creativity or intelligence testing.
The body of work should have contributed significantly in unique or innovative findings, theoretical constructs, educational approaches or practices and/or have made exceptional practical application(s) of others' research.
The body of work may be represented by a single highly significant book, a minimum of five publications as primary author in refereed academic journals, a minimum of eight publications as a secondary author in refereed academic journals, significant contributions as a presenter at professional conferences or any combination thereof.
Winners receive a $1,000 honorarium and a commemorative award.
An international version of this award is also presented in alternating years.
For more information, email the Foundation Director.