The Kurt Lewin Memorial Award
No. 1 Social Responsibility. George Brock Chisholm. December, 1948.
No. 2 Social Science and the Atomic Crisis. Hornell Hart. April, 1949.**
No. 3 The Psychology of Social Learning. Edward C. Tolman. December, 1949.
No. 4 Prejudice: A Problem in Psychological and Social Causation. Gordon W. Allport. November, 1950.
No. 5 Some Aspects of Social Porcess. A.T.M. Wilson. November, 1951.
No. 6 Psychological Impediments to Effective International Cooperation. Gunnar Myrdal. 1952.
No. 7 Human Potentialities. Gardner Murphy. 1953.
No. 8 Cultural Discontinuities and Personality Transformation. Margaret Mead. 1954.
No. 9 The Role of the Psychologist in International Affairs. Otto Klineberg. 1956.
No. 10 Research for What? Lawrence K. Frank. 1957.
No. 11 Organizational Effectiveness and Change: An Evaluation of SPSSI by Members and Former Members. Daniel Katz. 1958.**
No. 12 Some Things Learned: An Evaluative History of the Research Center for Group Dynamics. Dorwin Cartwright. 1958.
No. 13 On Lewin’s Methods and Theory. Fritz Heider. 1959.
** Not a Lewin Award Winner