The Motivation & Cognition Interface Lab

 

Welcome to the Motivation and Cognition Interface Lab at Texas A&M University.


Our research is aimed at untangling the intricacies of the social, dispositional, and motivational factors involved in human decision making across the lifespan. We also explore both explicit and implicit procedural learning systems by using category-learning and decision-making tasks. We employ a three-pronged approach of using behavioral, computational and neuroscience methods to examine fundamental issues in cognition.  For more information see our publications page.


News and Press


10.15.11 - Wray Herbert wrote a very accessible article for the Huffington Post about our recent Psychological Science paper that examined how aging affects decision-making.


8.25.11 - Aging and decision-making paper to appear in Psychological Science.


Links to press coverage:

    The Telegraph U.K.

    PsychCentral

    SmartPlanet

    Life After 50

    FirstScience

    Media Newswire

    Futurity.org

    Texas A&M Press Release




 

@ Texas A&M University

Darrell A. Worthy


We need research assistants

Receive psy 485 credit! If you’re a psy 485 student and would like an exciting hands-on research opportunity, e-mail your resume to Worthylab.tamu@gmail.com.



PAID PARTICIPANTS NEEDED!


email: worthylab.tamu@gmail.com

to inquire about participating in our experiments.


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