Principal Investigator: Alison Adcock
Using Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) activation, we measure how changes in the brain activity relate to both motivation and memory.
Principal Investigator: Elika Bergelson
The Study of Environmental Effects on Developing Linguistic Skills (SEEDLingS) is an initiative to explain how infants' early linguistic and environmental input plays a role in their learning.
Principal Investigator: Roberto Cabeza
Using behavioral and neuroimaging methods, we investigate the cognitive and neural mechanisms of memory and emotion and how they change across the lifespan.
Principal Investigator: Simon Davis
Our primary focus is investigating white matter changes in the aging brain, as well as examining the effects of TMS on older adults.
Principal Investigator: Felipe De Brigard
Using a number of behavioral and neuroimaging techniques, the Imagination and Modal Cognition Lab explores ways in which philosophy and cognitive neuroscience interface.
Principal Investigator: Anita Disney
The goal of the research in the Disney Lab is to determine the role(s) that neuromodulators play in cognition – and by what circuit mechanisms they subserve those functions.
Principal Investigator: Tobias Egner
The Egner lab seeks to understand the cognitive and neural mechanisms of adaptive behavior, the ability to flexibly match thoughts and actions to changing circumstances.
Principal Investigator: Jennifer Groh
Research in my laboratory concerns how sensory and motor systems work together, and how neural representations play a combined role in sensorimotor and cognitive processing (embodied cognition).
Principal Investigator: Brian Hare
For those who treasure a deeper relationship with their dog, Dognition provides insightful, cognitive science-based games that help you discover the unique way that your dog sees the world.
Principal Investigator: Katherine Heller
We approach machine learning problems with a Bayesian paradigm.
Principal Investigator: Scott Huettel
Research in my laboratory investigates the brain mechanisms underlying economic and social decision making; collectively, this research falls into the field of “decision neuroscience” or "neuroeconomics".
Principal Investigator: Kevin Labar
My research focuses on understanding how emotional events modulate cognitive processes in the human brain.
Principle Investigator: David Madden
My research focuses primarily on the cognitive neuroscience of aging: the investigation of age-related changes in perception, attention, and memory, using both behavioral measures and neuroimaging techniques, including positron emission tomography (PET), functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), and diffusion tensor imaging (DTI).
Principle Investigator: Elizabeth Marsh
The Marsh Lab focuses on understanding learning and memory, and the processes that make memory accurate in some cases and erroneous in others.
Principle Investigator: Greg Appelbaum
Research in the Opti Lab involves behavioral psychometrics done in conjunction with neuroscience approaches such as EEG and fMRI, or neurostimulation techniques such as TMS and tDCS.
Principle Investigator: J. Tobias Overath
Research in our lab investigates how sound is processed in the human brain. More specifically, we study the acoustic building blocks that must be assembled in complex listening situations, such as when we engage in a conversation or listen to a symphony.
Principle Investigator: John Pearson
My research focuses on the application of machine learning methods to the analysis of brain data and behavior.
Principle Investigator: Dale Purves
The Purves Laboratory is continuing to study visual perception and its neurobiological underpinnings.
Principle Investigator: Gregory Samanez-Larkin
Research in our lab examines how individual and age differences in motivation and cognition influence decision making across the life span.
Principle Investigator: Walter Sinnott-Armstrong
Walter Sinnott-Armstrong is Chauncey Stillman Professor of Practical Ethics in the Department of Philosophy and the Kenan Institute for Ethics at Duke University.
Principle Investigator: Marc Sommer
We study circuits for cognition. Using a combination of neurophysiology and biomedical engineering, we focus on the interaction between brain areas during visual perception, decision-making, and motor planning.
Principle Investigator: Marty Woldorff
Dr. Woldorff's main research interest is in the cognitive neuroscience of attention. At each and every moment of our lives, we are bombarded by a welter of sensory information coming at us from a myriad of directions and through our various sensory modalities -- much more than we can fully process.