Gregory Russell Samanez-Larkin, PhD

Assistant Professor of Psychology

Departments & Organizations

Neuroscience: Behavioral and Systems | Cognitive/Learning and Memory | Neuroimaging

Education & Training

PhD Stanford University, Psychology (2010)
MA Stanford University, Psychology (2008)
BA University of Michigan, Psychology (2003)
Post-Doctoral Fellow Vanderbilt University

Honors & Recognition

  • K99/R00 Pathway to Independence AwardNational Institute on Aging (2012)

Professional Service

  • Neuroscience Track Advisor Department of Psychology (2013)

International Activity

  • Brain Signal Variability Germany; United States (2012)

    Professor Samanez-Larkin is working with Douglas Garrett and colleagues at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development on a series of studies related to characterizing variability in neural signals as measured with functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI).

  • Risky Decision Making in the Aging Brain Basel, Switzerland; Berlin, Germany; New Haven, United States (2010)

    Professor Samanez-Larkin is working with Rui Mata and colleagues at the University of Basel and Max Planck Institute for Human Development on a series of studies focused on characterizing how decision making changes in old age.

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