Career Award for Lifetime Achievement

The Career Award for Lifetime Achievement honors individuals whose publications, presentations, and professional activities over a career have had a widespread positive impact on the field of psychometrics. These contributions may include important theoretical or methodological developments, applications of psychometric theory and methods that have influenced substantive research in psychology, educational measurement or related fields, or innovative ideas that have significantly affected psychometric practices.  Past winners appear below; full details are available here.

Year Winner
2018 Kenneth Bollen
Kenneth Bollen
2017 Willem Heiser
Willem Heiser
2016 Wim van der Linden
Wim van der Linden
2015 Lawrence Hubert
Larry Hubert
2014

Peter Bentler
Peter Bentler

2013

Howard Wainer
Howard Wainer

2012

Roderick P. McDonald
Roderick P. McDonald

2011

Bengt Muthén
Bengt Muthen

2010

Michael Browne
Michael Browne

2010

J. Douglas Carroll

 

2009

Roderick P. McDonald (Emeritus Award)
Roderick P. McDonald

2008

R. Darrell Bock
R. Darrell Bock

2008

Karl G. Jöreskog
Karl G. Jöreskog

 

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