Danielle Navarro Wins Outstanding Paper Award
Dr. Danielle Navarro wins the 2021 Computational Brain & Behavior Outstanding Paper Award
MATHPSYCH.ORG — Dr. Danielle Navarro was presented with the prestigious Computational Brain & Behavior Outstanding Paper Award (2021) on July 9, 2021, for the most outstanding paper published in the journal Computational Brain & Behavior. Her paper Between the devil and the deep blue sea: Tensions between scientific judgement and statistical model selection won the hotly contested prize over all other papers published in the journal in the preceding three years.
Dr. Navarro is an Associate Professor at University of New South Wales.
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