MADLAB project receives continued “Research Incubator Award”

brainThe MADLAB, an interdisciplinary, vertically-integrated lab out of the Moral Attitudes and Decision-Making program at the Kenan Institute for Ethics, received continued funding for its “Measuring Moral Implicit Attitudes” project. Project collaborators include Murali Doraiswamy (Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences), Tobias Egner (Psychology & Neuroscience), Scott Huettel (Psychology & Neuroscience), and Walter Sinnott-Armstrong (Philosophy and the Kenan Institute for Ethics). The Duke Institute for Brain Sciences offers yearly support to interdisciplinary teams through the┬áResearch Incubator Awards.

Read more about the awards and the other selected projects on the DIBS announcement.