Farewell Miruna!

Last week we said goodbye to Miruna Cotet. Miruna was conducting research in the Huettel Lab as a visiting Master’s student from Maastricht University in the Netherlands. Miruna completed her thesis and is beginning her

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Congratulations to Mel on poster award!

Congratulations to Mel Khaw for winning a best poster award (2nd place) at the 2019 Interdisciplinary Symposium on Decision Neuroscience (ISDN) conference! The poster was titled Oversampling of minority categories drives misestimation of group compositions,

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Huettel Lab Spring BBQ

The lab celebrated many accomplishments at a BBQ in Duke Forest. Several lab members will be leaving for new positions: Nikki Sullivan (Asst. Prof, London School Econ.), Libby Jenke (Asst. Prof., U. Houston), Dianna Amasino

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Congratulations to Kelsey!

Kelsey’s new paper on modeling dynamic choice behavior has been published in Nature Communications! Congratulations to Kelsey on her first paper, which reflects a collaboration between the Huettel and Pearson laboratories.

Congratulations to Nikki!

New paper by Sullivan and colleagues on a behavioral economics approach to disciplined dietary published in Psychological Science! Commentary and media coverage is available at Duke Today and at the Leading Voices in Food Policy

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Congratulations to Dianna!

New paper by Amasino, Sullivan, Kranton, & Huettel published in Nature Human Behavior! See related story at Duke Today.

Sherry Yang presents at SNP poster session

Duke undergraduate Sherry Yang presented her research on medical decision making at the poster session for the Summer Neuroscience Program. Congratulations, Sherry, on a great project!   [7/27/18]

Congratulations to Amanda!

Congratulations to Amanda Utevsky, David Smith, and Jake Young for their paper “Large-Scale Network Coupling with the Fusiform Cortex Facilitates Future Social Motivation,” which was just accepted to eNeuro! [9/26/17]

Congratulations Dr. Winkle!

On April 3rd, Winkle successfully defended his dissertation! Dr. Winkle not only presented an exciting defense regarding his work in science, but also his excellent, and not at all useless, photography skills! That’s three doctors

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