January 27, 2017

New research from the Tobias Egner Lab reveals how the brain learns to link external cues to a focused mindset... read more »

January 11, 2017

Congratulations to P&N's Makeba Wilbourn, who has received the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE). This is the... read more »

December 30, 2016

Congratulations to P&N Professor Mike Tomasello and his colleagues, whose study on mind reading in great apes has been chosen as one of the top... read more »

December 7, 2016

Data from a recent P&N brain imaging study found that subjects who had a relatively greater activity in the prefrontal cortex while completing... read more »

October 13, 2016

Work by P&N's Kevin LaBar and colleagues is featured as lead... read more »

October 12, 2016

P&N's  Mike Tomasello co-authors a study demonstrating that great apes recognize when others have false beliefs.  Read the story in Duke Today... read more »

May 3, 2016

P&N's Samantha Deffler, Cassidy Fox, Christin Ogle, and David Rubin of the Noetics Lab explored why familiar individuals may call each other by... read more »

December 22, 2015

In 2015,  members of the P&N community made news headlines on a weekly basis, including everything from groundbreaking research studies, news... read more »

October 9, 2013

  Psychology & Neuroscience PhD graduate Kaitlin Toner, professor... read more »

August 27, 2013

Associate professor Gary Bennett talks about a new program challenging weight-loss messages and healthy dieting concepts. (with video)... read more »

December 10, 2012

P&N's Makeba Wilbourn is featured in  Duke Today for her work  at Durham's C.C. Spaulding Elementary.  Dr. Wilbourn's research-in-practice hopes... read more »

June 4, 2012

Congratulations to P&N"s John Curry, whose  5-year study on adolescent depression and substance abuse featured in... read more »

May 16, 2012

Listen to a podcast of Makeba Wilbourn and a panel of experts on today's "The State of Things"  ... read more »

April 25, 2012

Dr. Gary Bennett's obesity research is featured in TIME: "Telling people to choose healthy foods isn't working. A better solution may be to let... read more »