Duke Digital Health
February 12, 2019

The Duke Global Digital Health Science Center (Duke Digital Health), which is directed by Gary Bennett (Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education and... read more »

December 10, 2018

Congratulations to P&N's Elika Bergelson for receiving a 2018-2019 Research Incubator Award from the Duke Institute for Brain Sciences. The... read more »

November 5, 2018

The Duke Identity and Diversity Lab, led by Dr. Sarah Gaither, had an amazing showing with other Duke... read more »

October 30, 2018

Psychology & Neuroscience is proud to announce the inaugural winners of the Graduate / Postdoctoral research awards. These students and fellows... read more »

October 28, 2018

Moffitt pictured in blue frames, although she rotates approximately four frames at any given time, photo by Chen Duke Psychology and... read more »

Matthew Stanley
August 4, 2018

What makes it so difficult to change our minds about moral issues, despite new information that contradicts our beliefs? P&N Grad Student Matthew... read more »

2018 Summer Vertical Integration Program, May 15-July 12
May 16, 2018

This week P&N kicked off their summer Vertical Integration program (VIP). VIP is the annual summer research program for Psychology majors, the... read more »

The Eardrums Move When the Eyes Move
January 23, 2018

Duke Professor of Psychology & Neuroscience Jennifer Groh and a team of researchers have found that simply moving the eyes triggers the eardrums... read more »

Babies Understand When Words are Related
November 21, 2017

  A new study by lead author Elika Bergelson is being reported in a number of media outlets, including... read more »

Erasing the Stigma of Mental Illness
July 19, 2017

Sooner or later, almost everyone has an experience that could be diagnosed as a mental disorder. That’s the take-home message from a new feature... read more »

Children understand cooperative concepts earlier than thought
May 25, 2017

The ability to engage in joint actions is a critical step toward becoming a cooperative human being. In particular, forming a commitment with a... read more »

Is  "Abnormal Psychology" Really all that Abnormal?
April 17, 2017

P&N Clinical Graduate Student Jonathan Schaefer recently wrote a blog post giving an evidence-based argument against stigma in mental Health. It... read more »

Do Beliefs about Biology Matter for Mental Health?
April 3, 2017

For P&N doctoral students, the Major Area Paper (MAP) is the first major milestone in the student's PhD program. For clinical doctoral student... read more »

P&N researchers pinpoint brain structure that links environmental cues to enhanced focus
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 »

Makeba Wilbourn honored by President Obama, receives Presidential Early Career Award
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 »