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These Honors Papers were completed as partial fulfillment of the requirements for graduation with Honors in Psychology.

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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 11 of 11
PreviewIssue DateTitleAuthor(s)
May-2015A Visual Content Analysis of Stigmatizing and Stigma-Challenging Portrayals of Mental Patients in Life and Look MagazinesTallant, Madison Kaytlyn
May-2015“I felt left out because she picked another friend to take my place”: Psychological Mindedness and Belongingness in Children’s NarrativesHendrix, Eliza Belle
May-2015The Community Narrative Research Project: Organizational Learning and Change Through College-Based Community Research InitiativesMalpert, Adele V.
May-2013"After this I learned…". Moral and Cultural Voices in Chinese Children‘s Personal Narratives about Peer ConflictLi, Jiawen
23-May-2012"Im gonna tell you all about it": Capturing Children's Voices in Written AssessmentHumphrey, Regan
23-May-2012An Examination of the Implicit Comprehension of Gender-Biased LanguageGodfrey, Mary E.
15-May-2011Transformational Leadership in Sport: Coaching Behaviors, Team Cohesion, and Student-Athlete CommitmentParazak, Stephanie E.
15-May-2009I Narrate, Therefore, I Am: How the Construction of a Storied Self BridgesWilson, Stephanie J.
15-May-2009How Domain Differences Impact the Mode Structure of Expert Tutoring DialogueCade, Whitney Layne
20-May-1968Psychological Health Among Volunteers, Non-volunteersConroy, George I.
12-May-2010Caffeine Physiolology Arousal, and Mood: The Effects Of Caffeine and Induced Mood on Brain Activity, Heart Rate, and Attitude ChangeConey, Kelly
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 11 of 11