The Hayden Lab studies how our decision-making hardware (our brains) compare different options and chooses the most rewarding ones. We record the activity of single neurons during real choices in order to parcel out the contributions of frontal lobe structures to reward-based choices. More information about the work of the Hayden Lab can be found at haydenlab.com.
Currently, a volunteer position is available. Undergraduate researchers are expected to work 6-8 hours per week. A successful applicant will have: good communication skills, superb ability to follow directions, and strong attention to detail. If you are interested in the position, please contact Ben Eisenreich (firstname.lastname@example.org).