Members of the RTD Laboratory
Kimberly Kirkpatrick, Ph.D. (e-mail)
Research Interests: Neural, psychological, and computational mechanisms involved in time processing, prediction error learning, reward processing, incentive motivation, and impulsive decision making. Interventions to promote self-control in humans and preclinical rodent models.
Sarah Stuebing (e-mail)
Research Interests: The behavioral and neural components of episodic-like memory loss and how these are affected by aging and dementia.
Kelsey Panfil (e-mail)
Research Interests: Impulsive choices in rat models of ADHD, sex differences in impulsive choices, interventions to promote self-control.
Robert Southern (e-mail)
Research Interests: Impulsive choice versus impulsive action, inhibitory effects on impulsive choices.
Travis Smith (e-mail)
Post Doctoral Fellow
Research Interests: The effects of contingency-correlated (i.e., informative) stimuli on impulsive and risky choices.