Jevon S. Newman Early Career Award
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The Early Career Contribution Award was created to recognize exceptional young scholars who have shown considerable promise and productivity in the formative years of their career and who have made a significant contribution to the understanding of psychopathy.


2019 Recipients:
LUKE HYDE - University of Michigan
Joint presentation:

Challenging assumptions about psychopathy: Implications for development, parenting, treatment and the law.

2017 Recipients:
ANDREA GLENN - University of Alabama

The Immoral Brain: Exploring the biological correlates of psychopathy.

KOSTAS FANTI - University of Cyprus

Assessing psychopathic traits from toddlerhood to adulthood: Neurophysiological, behavioral, and cognitive underpinnings.

2015 Recipient:
EVA KIMONIS - University of New South Wales

Translating Basic Research to Develop and Test a Novel, Targeted Intervention for Antisocial Children with Callous-Unemotional Traits.

2013 Recipients:
BRIAN HICKS - University of Michigan

Developmental Interplay Between Disinhibition and Boldness.

DUSTIN PARDINI - University of Pittsburgh Medical

Developmental Conceptualizations of Psychopathy: What Do We Know and Where Do We Go?

2011 Recipients:
ESSI VIDING - University College, London

Genes, Brains and Parents: What Are Children with Callous-Unemotional Traits and Conduct Problems Made of?

EDELYN VERONA - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Psychopathy Dimensions and Etiological Pathways: Phenotypes, Genotypes, and Cognitive-Affective Mechanisms.