publications huettel laboratory

Experiment explore design: A sensor

The course laboratory described in this paper both promotes concept integration and provides a mechanism by which students can explore applications Consistent with the curricular theme of Integrated Sensing and Information Processing (ISIP) a microcontroller-based robotic platform that includes a suite of sensors was selected as the

Primary Faculty

New Study from the Lab of Professor Kevin LaBar July 1 2020 Scott Huettel Professor in the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience B243e LSRC Durham NC 27708 (919) 668-5286 scott huettelduke edu Associate Chair Elizabeth J Marsh Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience

Trait impulsivity and impaired prefrontal impulse

Recent studies suggest that Internet gaming addiction (IGA) is an impulse disorder or is at least related to impulse control disorders In the present study we hypothesized that different facets of trait impulsivity may be specifically linked to the brain regions with impaired impulse inhibition function in IGA adolescents Seventeen adolescents with IGA and seventeen healthy controls were

Publications – Adult Development Decision Lab

Lighthall NR Huettel S Cabeza R (2014) Functional compensation in the ventromedial prefrontal cortex improves memory-dependent decisions in older adults Journal of Neuroscience 34(47) 15648-15657 Lighthall NR Gorlick MA Schoeke A Frank MJ Mather M (2013) Stress modulates reinforcement learning in younger and older adults

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Frontiers People highlights some of the most notable researchers worldwide widely recognized for their outstanding contributions in their different areas of expertise In line with the Frontiers vision of spreading research knowledge across the world the purpose of such a prestigious register is to promote an international forum for collaborations research networking and peer reference

[PDF] HILKE PLASSMANN VINOD VENKATRAMAN

Scott Huettel is Jerry G and Patricia Crawford Hubbard Professor Department of Psychology and Neuroscience Duke University (e-mail: scott huettelduke edu) Carolyn Yoon is Associate Professor of Marketing Stephen M Ross School of Business University of Michigan (e-mail: yooncumich edu)

David E Schaad

David E Schaad Professor of the Practice of Civil and Environmental Engineering Dr David E Schaad is a registered professional engineer in 21 states a Board Certified Environmental Engineer with specialties in both Hazardous Waste Management/Site Remediation and Water Supply/Wastewater Engineering a Diplomate of the American Academy of Water Resources Engineers and a licensed

Contact/Join Huettel Lab

The Huettel Lab is a diverse group of people and we're always looking to expand! Whether you're an undergraduate at Duke that's just interested in neuroscience or you're a prospective graduate student looking to be part of our lab for the next few years it never

Huettel Lab

We study the neural basis of decision making and related aspects of cognition Key techniques include functional neuroimaging computational modeling eye tracking and other behavioral measurements genetic and hormonal analyses and other behavioral and physiological measures in human participants

Cognitive Neuroscience lab

The Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory (CNL) is a multidisciplinary research laboratory that studies the neural underpinnings of human behavior primarily using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) Our two focus areas are cognition in the setting of sleep deprivation and the cognitive neuroscience of aging In addition to our own research we support a number of other investigators

Rosa Li Post Doc – Huettel Laboratory

Rosa is a former graduate student in the Huettel Lab now a Postdoctoral Associate in the Duke Center for Interdisciplinary Decision Science (D-CIDES) She is interested in how children adolescents and adults make decisions View Rosa's CV here and view her personal page here

Publications

LM Collins LG Huettel AS Brown GA Ybarra JS Holmes JA Board SA Cummer MR Gustafson J Kim and HZ Massoud Theme-based redesign of the duke university ECE curriculum: The first steps In Asee Annual Conference and Exposition Conference Proceedings 14313-14326 2005

Loop

Frontiers People highlights some of the most notable researchers worldwide widely recognized for their outstanding contributions in their different areas of expertise In line with the Frontiers vision of spreading research knowledge across the world the purpose of such a prestigious register is to promote an international forum for collaborations research networking and peer reference

Publications

Huettel S A Gzeldere G and McCarthy G (2001) Dissociating the Neural Mechanisms of Visual Attention in Change Detection Using Functional MRI Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 13(7): 1006-1018 Huettel S A and McCarthy G (2001) Regional Differences in the Refractory Period of the Hemodynamic Response: An Event-Related fMRI Study

Staff

GFZ School Lab Earth System Knowledge Platform Education and Training Events Centre Departments Geodesy Geophysics Geochemistry Geosystems Data Information and IT Services Library and Information Services eScience Centre IT Services and Operation International International Office Geo 8 Welcome Center IUGG Secretariat Technology Transfer

Dr Sumit Chakraborty

Dr Sumit Chakraborty Staff Scientist Sumit joined the Mote Phytoplankton Ecology group in February 2018 Sumit is interested in fine scale phytoplankton dynamics and the role of phytoplankton in the ocean carbon cycle and quantitative understanding of the perturbations by climate change and human activities on phytoplankton dynamics in the coastal oceans

Cognitive Neuroscience lab

The Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory (CNL) is a multidisciplinary research laboratory that studies the neural underpinnings of human behavior primarily using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) Our two focus areas are cognition in the setting of sleep deprivation and the cognitive neuroscience of aging In addition to our own research we support a number of other investigators

ABOUT

PUBLICATIONS CONTACT I am an Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Houston My Ph D is from Duke University in political science where I was also a member of Scott Huettel's neuroscience laboratory in Duke's Psychology and Neuroscience department My current research uses experimental methods including eye-tracking and

Internal Advisory Committee

Jan 31 2020This is also an opportunity for the Director to provide updates to the departmental representatives of new initiatives under development at the laboratory Members of the Committee Tom Miller Ph D (Chair) Department Biological Science Robert Contreras Ph D Associate Dean College of Arts Sciences Department of Psychology Markus Huettel

Publications

Murty VP Shermohammed M Smith DV Carter RM Huettel SA Adcock RA (2014) Resting state networks distinguish human ventral tegmental area from substantia nigra Neuroimage 100: 580-9 Murty VP Adcock RA (2013) Enriched encoding: Reward anticipation increases hippocampal sensitivity to and memory for expectancy violations

Cognitive Neuroscience lab

The Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory (CNL) is a multidisciplinary research laboratory that studies the neural underpinnings of human behavior primarily using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) Our two focus areas are cognition in the setting of sleep deprivation and the cognitive neuroscience of aging In addition to our own research we support a number of other investigators

Nematology Lab History : USDA ARS

In 1989 he was transferred to the Nematology Laboratory R N Huettel departed early in 1992 to accept a position with APHIS (She recently retired from Auburn University ) Shortly thereafter D J Chitwood was named Research Leader of the Laboratory In 1993 W Friedman retired and arrangements were then made for Z Handoo to handle the

Publications of the nanotube transport nanomechanics

relevant publications 2008 and earlier "Carbon nanotube Josephson junctions with Nb contacts" E Pallecchi M Gaa D Ryndyk and C Strunk Applied Physics Letters 93 072501 (2008) "Nano-electromechanics of suspended carbon nanotubes" A K Httel M

JackDolgin

Lab Manager Egner Lab 2018 - 2020 Research Assistant Huettel Lab 2017 - 2018 Research Assistant Cognitive-Behavioral Research and Treatment Program 2016 GRANTS 2020 Graduate Research Fellowship from the National Science Foundation ($138 000) 2019 Interdisciplinary Behavioral Research Center Mini-Grant from Duke University ($600)

December 2006

Huettel jumped at the chance to integrate iPods into the lab component she was developing for her Fundamentals of Digital Signal Processing class Huettel's students headed to the gym and using a plug-in sensor recorded and stored the electrical signals of their pulse rates on the iPods

Experiment explore design: A sensor

The course laboratory described in this paper both promotes concept integration and provides a mechanism by which students can explore applications Consistent with the curricular theme of Integrated Sensing and Information Processing (ISIP) a microcontroller-based robotic platform that includes a suite of sensors was selected as the