JSCP Distinguished Presentation Award
The JSCP Distinguished Presentation Award is awarded to a number of the most excellent presentations given at the JSCP annual conference each academic year. It aims to encourage JSCP members to engage in research on cognitive psychology, and thus contribute to the development of the academic discipline. The award is divided into five separate divisions, as described below. Candidates for the awards are nominated by JSCP members, and the Selection Committee decides on the winners from among those nominated. For each division, there may be a limited number of winners (it is also possible that there may be no recipients in a particular year).
■Novelty Evaluation Division: Whether the research is particularly novel and/or original, in terms of its objectives, results, or discussion, etc.
■Technology Evaluation Division: Whether the methods or technological aspects of the research have particularly high validity, reliability, and/or innovation.
■Social Contribution Evaluation Division: Whether the findings obtained are of important significance in terms of their social contribution.
■Presentation Ability Evaluation Division: Whether the presenter has made exceptional effort to deliver a presentation that is attractive and easy to follow.
■Comprehensive Excellence Evaluation Division: Whether the research is of exceptional overall excellence.