For his “transformative early career contributions to psychological science,” Professor Berman has received the Association for Psychological Science’s Janet Taylor Spence Award. The award is given to those who are rising in the field of psychology as creative and cutting-edge researchers who often uniquely cross disciplines to generate profound psychological insights. Recipients are generally eligible for this award if they have completed their PhDs within the past eight years. In that time, Marc has become a leader in discovering and learning about the relationships between people and their surrounding environments. You can click here to learn more about the Janet Taylor Spence Award, and you can click here to read the Observer‘s interview with Marc and the other award recipients about their research and experiences.
- Marc Berman awarded APS Janet Taylor Spence Award for Transformative Early Career Contributions
- Professor Berman was interviewed by The Guardian
- Professor Berman and Ph.D. student Kate Schertz win first place and grand prize in UChicago’s App Challenge with their app, ReTUNE, which will create more restorative pedestrian experiences
- Podcast: How trees make people happier and healthier
- Professors Talen and Berman connect urban planning and environmental neuropsychology while discussing current issues of city life