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Abraham Tesser,  received Distinguished Scientist Award

Abraham Tesser, former director of the Institute for Behavioral Research and research professor of psychology emeritus and an instructor in continuing education, received the Distinguished Scientist Award from the Society for Experimental Social Psychology at the society’s October meeting in Minneapolis.

The award honors individuals who have made unusually important contributions to experimental social psychology. This particular award is the highest recognition the society gives to experimental social psychologists and recognizes a lifetime of groundbreaking research.