The EAS gives out two awards per year, based on presentations at the AAA meetings. The awards are for best paper by a new investigator and best paper by a student, and they are awarded with a cash prize.
Best Paper by a New Investigator
Aaron Blackwell (UCSB) – Trade-Offs Between Current and Future Immune Defense: naïve and Memory T-Cell Populations are Associated with Differential Growth Outcomes in an Indigenous Amazonian Population.
Best Paper by a Student
Adam Boyette (WSU Vancouver) – Developmental and Cultural Variation in Children’s Choice of Cultural Models among Aka Foragers and Ngandu Farmers.