John Paul Scott Award

The John Paul Scott Award is named after John Paul Scott, one of the founders of ISRA, whose research was on aggression in animals, mainly in the 1940s and 1950s. This award recognizes a lifetime or substantial contribution to aggression research and is awarded at each biennial World Meeting, where the recipient delivers the Scott Award Address. In 2018, ISRA provided the recipient the opportunity to publish a manuscript based on the Scott Award Address in Aggressive Behavior, subject to the discretion of the Editor.

Previous Recipients

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Jerry Patterson (2006)

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Richard Tremblay (2008)

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Len Berkowitz (2010)

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Ken Dodge
(2012)


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Rowell Huesmann (2014)

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John Archer
(2016)

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David Farington (2018)