- Psychology/Princeton Neuroscience Institute
- Computational Neuroscience
- The Scully Center for the Neuroscience of Mind and Behavior
Our lab works at the intersection among neuroscience, psychology and computer science, seeking to elucidate the computational and neural foundations of human behavior. In pursuit of this mission, we employ a diverse set of research tools, including functional neuroimaging (fMRI), behavioral techniques (reaction time, error, and decision analyses), and computational modeling (neural networks, reinforcement learning models, and belief nets), typically applying multiple techniques to a single problem. We are leveraging these tools to investigate a range of specific research questions, spanning the topics of cognitive control, working memory, decision making, sequential action, and language processing. Current projects are described on our research page.