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Neil Charness Receives Two Honors
Neil Charness
Neil Charness

Neil Charness, the William G. Chase Professor of Psychology and director of FSU's Institute for Successful Longevity, has received two honors for a career of work on longevity and on technology for older adults.

Each year, the Committee on Aging of the American Psychological Association presents its Award for the Advancement of Psychology and Aging based on demonstrated excellence in five key areas: science, practice, policy, education, public interest, public affairs and service to the American Psychological Association.

"Awardees are among the most distinguished leaders in geropsychology," said Erin E. Emery-Tiburcio of Rush University and chair of APA's Committee on Aging. "We are thrilled to present this year's award to Dr. Neil Charness for his commitment to translating psychological science into practice, disseminating results to older adults and policymakers, and educating the next generation of psychological scientists about the importance of addressing the needs of older adults."



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