Behavioral and Social Science
- 1964 Othmar H. Ammann, Theodosius Dobzhansky, Neal Elgar Miller
- 1968 B. F. Skinner
- 1986 Herbert A. Simon
- 1987 Anne Anastasi, George J. Stigler
- 1988 Milton Friedman
- 1990 Leonid Hurwicz, Patrick Suppes
- 1991 Robert W. Kates, George A. Miller
- 1992 Eleanor J. Gibson
- 1994 Robert K. Merton
- 1995 Roger N. Shepard
- 1996 Paul A. Samuelson
- 1997 William K. Estes
- 1998 William Julius Wilson
- 1999 Robert M. Solow
- 2000 Gary S. Becker
- 2001 George F. Bass
- 2003 R. Duncan Luce
- 2004 Kenneth J. Arrow
- 2005 Gordon H. Bower
- 2008 Michael I. Posner
- 2009 Mortimer Mishkin
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