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Winners of the 40th Annual PROSE Awards were announced at the annual Professional and Scholarly Publishing (PSP) Conference in Washington, DC on Friday. PROSE honors the best in professional and scholarly publishing, as judged by peer publishers, librarians, academics and medical professionals.
Competition was “fierce” this year, according to AAP, with the competition attracting a record 551 entries of books, reference works, journals and electronic products in more than 54 categories.
Elsevier received eight first-place awards, including the Award for Excellence in Reference Works for the International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences edited by Dr. James D. Wright
Award for Excellence in Reference Works:
International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences
Editor-in-Chief, Dr. James D. Wright
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This second edition provides a full update to the original text published in 2001 and includes over 3,900 articles from over 7,000 international and authoritative contributors. It covers rapidly evolving subjects, including psychology, neurology, evolution, artificial intelligence, and human/computer interaction.
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