The University of Louisville presents five Grawemeyer Awards annually to individuals whose ideas help improve the world. These ideas are to be understandable to the general public and not just to academics. The Grawemeyer Award for Psycholgy recognizes outstanding ideas in all areas of the discipline of Psychology. Nominations are judged on the basis of originality, creativity, scientific merit, and breadth of impact on the field of Psychology.
The 2004 Grawemeyer Award in Psychology was presented to Dr. Aaron T. Beck, MD the founder of Cognitive Therapy.
Here is what the foundation said about Dr. Beck: Aaron T. Beck wins 2004 Grawemeyer Award in Psychology_
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