The Scully Center supports faculty members affiliated with the Princeton Neuroscience Institute or the Psychology Department. Below is a list of faculty members who have used Scully Center facilities in their research.
Research: Neural mechanisms of cognitive control.
Research: Reward, learning, and decision making.
Research: Brain Basis of Consciousness.
Research: Human cognitive neuroscience and brain development.
Research: Assess shared and idiosyncratic aspects of the cortical response time courses across individuals.
Research: Neural mechanisms of visual perception and attention.
Research: The interface between musical structure and engagement, as it occurs dynamically across the course of the listening experience.
Research: Human and animal reinforcement learning and decision making.
Research: Cognitive neuroscience of learning and memory.
Research: Thoughts, cognitive processes, and behaviors that occur at the place where our internal world meets the external social world.
Research: Computational processes involved in learning and retaining motor skills.