The Guthrie Prize is a high honor for any undergraduate student. Entries may be either an empirical paper, a conceptual paper, a literature review, or a research proposal. The prize was established to encourage excellent writing about psychology that was broad in scope and accessible to the non-specialist.
Best Empirical Paper, 2009: Alix B. W. Norton
Encoding of Taste Novelty by Midbrain Neurons
Sponsored by Sheri Mizumori, Ph.D.