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
Matthew M Gervais (Rutgers) for a presentation entitled “Interpersonal Attitudes Adaptively Regulate Social Relationships: Evidence from RICH Economic Games in Fiji.”
Best Student Paper
Samuel Scott Urlacher (Harvard) for a presentation entitled “Longitudinal Changes in Childhood Time Allocation, Physical Activity Level, and Anthropometry in a Rapidly Modernizing Indigenous Maya Community”.