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Participating in one of our studies is a great way to learn more about the work we do. We are recruiting individuals between the ages of 18 and 35 for a variety of studies going on in the lab. You will be compensated for your time.

Some studies use functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to gather data on the neural activity supporting different cognitive tasks, like remembering or imagining. These studies usually last around 2-3 hours and can be carried out over the course of one, two, or three consecutive days. They take place at the Brain Imaging and Analysis Center (BIAC) located in the Duke University Hospital on Duke's West campus. 

Other studies involve simply sitting at a computer and answering some questions. These take place either in our lab, located in the Cognitive Neuroscience Suite at the Levine Science Research Center on Duke's West campus, or at the Interdisciplinary Behavioral Research Center (IBRC), which is located in the Erwin Mill Building on Main St. in Durham.

Email for more information or to express interest in participating. We look forward to hearing from you! 

Need directions?

The study coordinator will be sure to provide directions to the appropriate testing center before you are scheduled to come in. However, if you would like to scope out the locations before getting in touch with us, you can do so by following the links below.


this could be your brain!

Directions to the BIAC (for fMRI studies):

Directions to the lab (for non-fMRI studies):

Directions to the IBRC (for non-fMRI studies):

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