Work done in the Kurzban lab investigates evolved computational mechanisms designed to navigate the social world. Here, social network structure is used to test ideas about the function of human friendship mechanisms.
Members of the Kahana Lab have found that brain oscillations associated with successful encoding are reinstated during retrieval.
Work done in the Thompson-Schill Lab shows increased activity in the left frontal operculum when healthy volunteers were asked to selectively retrieve an object's name among competing alternatives
From the Flanagan-Cato lab: Behavioral circuits: Oxytocin-containing fibers (green) surround hypothalamic neurons (red). Daniels, Miselis and Flanagan-Cato.