Charles Driver has been awarded the Gustav A. Lienert Prize
The prize is awarded every two years by German Psychological Society for outstanding dissertations.
Charles Driver, research scientist in the Center for Lifespan Psychology at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development, has been awarded the Gustav A. Lienert Prize for dissertations. The prize is awarded every two years by German Psychological Society (DGPs) for outstanding dissertations in which innovative evaluation methods for psychological research are developed. In his dissertation, Charles Driver presents a new method for more precise evaluation of individual changes over the human lifespan.