Recipients of grants and awards 2022

Article of the Year Awards

Kimmo Sorjonen from Karolinska Institutet, Sweden for their article: Regression to the mean in latent change score models: an example involving breastfeeding and intelligence published in the BMC Pediatrics

Gustaf Gredebäck from Uppsala University, Sweden for their article: Fluid intelligence in refugee children. A cross-sectional study of potential risk and resilience factors among Syrian refugee children and their parents published in the Intelligence.

Taina Makkonen from University of Helsinki, Finland for their article: Self-Evaluated Multiple Intelligences of Gifted Upper-Secondary-School Physics Students in Finland published in Roeper Review

Small Project Grants

Leonardo Bonetti from the University of Aarhus, Denmark for the project: The impact of ageing on the brain underpinnings of intelligence and auditory memory

Karen Hopmann from UiT-The Arctic University of Norway for the project: Neuropsychological function, childhood trauma, and vulnerability to depression: A 23-year follow-up study.

Recipients of grants and awards 2021

Article of the Year Award

Martin Lövdén,

"Education and Cognitive Functioning Across the Life Span"

Small project grants

Amos Pagin, PhD student at the Department of Psychology, University of Gothenburg:

To conduct a behavioural study, the purpose of which is to investigate the effects of learning on reasoning ability.

Leonie Balter, postdoc at Stockholm University, Department of Psychology:

To an experimental study on whether intelligence can predict resilience against the deleterious cognitive effects of sleep loss.

Malin Hildebrand Karlén, docent at University of Gothenburg, Department of Psychology:

To perform analysis of a study of historical changes of the concept of intelligence.

The next call is scheduled to open in May 2022.

Recipients of grants and awards 2020

Article of the Year Awards

Petri Kajonius, Högskolan Väst, Sweden, for Individuals with dark traits have the ability but not the disposition to empathize,

Martin Kolk, Stockholm University, Sweden:, for Cognitive ability and fertility among Swedish men born 1951–1967: evidence from military conscription registers, 

Sonja Laine, University of Helsinki, Finland for Finnish elementary school teachers’ attitude toward gifted education,

Kristine Stadskleiv, University of Oslo, Norway for Neuropsychological functioning in survivors of childhood medulloblastoma/CNS-PNET: The role of secondary medical complications,