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Monthly Archives: July 2013

DIBS and the NC Museum of Life and Science Present Risk

The Duke Institute for Brain Sciences and the North Carolina Museum of Life and Science presented The Science of Risk, an after hours event focusing on the science behind risky decision making. View pictures (courtesy of DIBS’s Facebook) of our lab members hard at work at the event here! [07/26/2013]

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Amy in the news

Amy’s recent publication, Ventromedial prefrontal cortex encodes emotional value, is getting a lot of news! Check out the above article from Men’s Health. [07/17/2013]

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Farewell to Crystal Reeck

With heavy hearts, we say goodbye to Crystal Reeck, who has recently left Duke after completing her graduate work. Crystal is now a Postdoctoral Research Scholar and Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Decision Making and Negotiations area at Columbia Business School. Her research examines emotion-cognition interactions in decision making and characterizes the neural mechanisms that … Continue reading »

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CFA Institute Interview

Dr. Scott Huettel was recently interviewed by The Wall Street Journal’s Jason Zweig. In it, Dr. Huettel discusses the field of neuroeconomics and how we can apply what we’ve learned to not only financial decisions, but also our every day choices. To read more about the CFA Institute, see their Facebook page and website. [07/16/2013]

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