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7 of our Psychology and Neuroscience Honors undergraduates, Kelly Duff, Lindsey Freeman, Daniel Horschler, Olivia LaSpina-Williams, Kyla Mace, Hanne Schrickx, and Zachary Tucker received Honors Thesis Research Grants from the UNC Honors College.

The Honors Thesis Research Grants are intended to help offset the cost of conducting a Senior Honors Thesis and can help cover the cost of equipment, supplies, software, publications, transportation, and other expenses. All of the following awards are made possible through generous gifts to the Honors College.

Congratulations to this year’s recipients!

Award Winner


Honors Project
Kelly Duffy
Dunlevie Honors Undergraduate Research Award
“Neural Bases and Behavioral Correlates of Cognitive Emotional Framing in Patients with Schizophrenia”
Lindsey Freeman
Tom and Elizabeth Long Excellence Fund
“Using Ecological Momentary Assessment to Study the Impact of Colored Glasses on Sleep Quality, Energy and Mood”
Daniel Horschler
Gillian T. Cell Senior Thesis Research Award
“Metamemory for Performed and Observed Actions Within Subjects”
Olivia LaSpina-Williams
Tom and Elizabeth Long Excellence Fund
“Are Manners Enough? Exploring Parental Gratitude Socialization Reasons and the Meditational Role of Socialization Mechanisms on Child Outcomes”
Kyla Mace
Tom and Elizabeth Long Excellence Fund
“The Effects of Intranasal Oxytocin on Dopamine Release in the Nucleus Accumbens”
Hanne Schrickx
Tom and Elizabeth Long Excellence Fund
“Bad Acts, Worse Character: How Moral Judgments of Acts and Character Diverge”
Zachary Tucker
Dunlevie Honors Undergraduate Research Award
“Cognitive and Behavioral Effects of Caffeine: A Self-Regulatory or Psychological Construct of Emotion Model?”

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