The work entitled “Father-daughter nonverbal synchrony: the influence of paternal anxiety symptomatology” by Josep Román and collaborators has received the Young Researcher Pyramid Award. Inmaculada Jorge, Director of Ediciones Pirámide, was responsible for awarding the prize. In this edition, the study “Psychopathic traits in childhood distinctive configurations and profiles” by Laura López and collaborators was also awarded as the best international work. The work entitled “Motivational interview, emotional regulation and family competencies in childhood obesity (ENTREN-F program): viability and acceptance from primary care” by Santos Solano and collaborators has received recognition for the best-applied research. All of them have received an economic endowment of 300€. The jury was made up of professors Miquel Tortella, Inmaculada Montoya, José Antonio Piqueras and Miguel Ángel Carrasco.