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 Research Incubator Awards.

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