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Samanez-Larkin Receives Neuroeconomics Early Career Award

DIBS Faculty Network Member studies decision-making

Gregory Samanez-Larkin, Assistant Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience and DIBS Faculty Network Member, has received an Early Career Award from the Society for Neuroeconomics for research that examines how aging affects motivation and cognition across the lifespan.

The award given this month recognizes significant contributions to understanding the neural basis of decision-making, or the impact of this knowledge on formal understanding of decision behavior, according to the society website.

Full story in Duke Today, by Kathryn Kennedy, Trinity College of Arts & Sciences, HERE.