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Monthly Archives: March 2014

Congratulations Dr. Amy Winecoff!

Dr. Amy Winecoff, part of the Psychology and Neuroscience department, successfully defended her dissertation “Domain-General Affect: Mechanisms and Clinical Implications” this morning. Her talk, delivered in front of a packed house, was a riveting display of her work and what so many years at Duke will get you. More importantly, successfully defending her dissertation and … Continue reading »

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Congratulations Libby!

Libby Jenke recently passed her third-year (prelim) paper! This is the major mid-career paper in the Political Science Ph.D. curriculum. This is also the final, formal milestone before dissertation preparations (so you have a lot to look forward to, Libby). Again, congratulations! [03/26/2014]

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Article about John Clithero

Former lab member John Clithero recently accepted a position in Pomona College’s Economics Department. Take a look at an article that was written about him and his future contributions to the field. [03/17/2014]

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UNC/Duke Social Hour

The Huettel Lab recently hosted a social hour honoring the rivalry between UNC and Duke. While most folks in lab (and obviously at Duke) bleed a darker shade of blue, there are still some that tend towards the lighter side of this rivalry. Regardless, drinks, snacks, and good times were had by all. Click here … Continue reading »

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