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Science News: Kristina Olson is first psychologist to win NSF's Waterman award

Kristina Olson works with a child in the Social Cognitive Development Lab at the University of Washington in Seattle. By Jeffrey MervisApr. 17, 2018 , 12:25 PM Calling Kristina Olson a path-breaking researcher doesn’t begin to describe all the doors this year’s winner of the National Science Foundation’s (NSF’s) most prestigious prize for young scientists…


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