The lab takes a break from normal activities (i.e., typing) to climb the 239 steps to the top of Duke Chapel. All lab members were accounted for afterward.
In the first Nature Neuroscience “Viewpoint” debate, Scott Huettel discusses the value perspective on vmPFC function.
Libby Jenke’s recent paper, Issues or Identity? Cognitive Foundations of Voter Choice, has been featured in Newsweek! See the article above!
Libby Jenke’s recent paper, Issues or Identity? Cognitive Foundations of Voter Choice, has been featured in DukeTODAY! Click above to check out it out!
Congrats to Libby for her new paper, Issues or Identity? Cognitive Foundations of Voter Choice, in Trends in Cognitive Sciences! Here, Libby’s research focused on how policy position and social identities influence voter preferences. Again, congrats Libby!
Congrats to Rosa for winning the 2016 Merritt Science Journalism Award! The Merritt Science Journalism Award celebrates a Duke graduate or undergraduate student for science journalism.
Congrats to Dianna for passing her prelim!
Congratulations to Dr. Victoria Lee! On March 31st, Vicki successfully defended her dissertation by showcasing her hard work and amazing sciencing skills in a riveting presentation. Not only is Vicki an intuitive and gifted scientist, but a fantastic person and labmate. The Huettel Lab couldn’t be happier in congratulating Vicki. Now it’s time to sit back, relax, and have any brew you want — as long as it’s a Corona.
Congrats Dr. Lee!
Congratulations to former lab member David Smith! Dave recently accepted a position as an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Temple University. We know how much Dave loves those nice northern winters, so we couldn’t be happier for him. Just look at that smile!