Subject Areas on Research
- Age similarities in the inertial properties of attention.
- Assessment of aspiration risk in stroke patients with quantification of voluntary cough.
- Barking up the wrong free: readiness potentials reflect processes independent of conscious will.
- Cognitive control mechanisms resolve conflict through cortical amplification of task-relevant information.
- Community-based voluntary counseling and testing services in rural communities of Chiang Mai Province, Northern Thailand.
- Decoding of temporal intervals from cortical ensemble activity.
- Effect of sex on ethanol consumption and conditioned taste aversion in adolescent and adult rats.
- Exogenous vs. endogenous attention: Shifting the balance of fronto-parietal activity.
- Free will without consciousness?
- Hypnotizing Libet: Readiness potentials with non-conscious volition.
- Informed consent in a clinical trial of a novel treatment for rheumatoid arthritis.
- Item-specific priming of voluntary task switches.
- On the relation of mind wandering and ADHD symptomatology.
- Readiness potentials driven by non-motoric processes.
- Religious belief as compensatory control.
- Reward-guided learning beyond dopamine in the nucleus accumbens: the integrative functions of cortico-basal ganglia networks.
- Stressor-specific alterations in corticosterone and immune responses in mice.
- The concept of voluntary consent.
- The neurobiology of innate, volitional and learned vocalizations in mammals and birds.
- Understanding and sharing intentions: the origins of cultural cognition.
- Unwilling versus unable: infants' understanding of intentional action.
- Volitional media multitasking: awareness of performance costs and modulation of media multitasking as a function of task demand.
Keywords of People
- Sinnott-Armstrong, Walter, Chauncey Stillman Distinguished Professor of Practical Ethics, Duke Science & Society