Conference Room with TV Screen at Erwin Mill
  • Group and individual testing rooms with computers
  • 1 teaching/seminar room with 65 inch TV and multiple format AV capability
  • A break room/kitchen equipped with sinks, a microwave, fridge, and freezer
  • 2 psychophysiology recording rooms equipped for the measurement of heart rate, blood pressure, skin temperature, galvanic skin response, EEG, EMG, ECG, respiration and finger pulse amplitude
  • Computers equipped with MediaLab, DirectRT, E-Prime, and Inquisit
  • Millisecond keyboards for reaction time measurement
  • Updated portable video cameras
  • 8 Lenovo laptops available for mobile/off site use

The IBRC offers a Research Assistant Program to faculty, post-docs, and graduate student researchers who have used our lab before. This program offers an opportunity for Duke undergraduate students to be matched with a researcher for a semester-long volunteer research assistantship.  

Before each term (Fall, Spring, and Summer I) the IBRC recruits and screens undergraduate applicants for our available research assistantships. (If you are interested in applying to be an RA, see the Research Assistant Program for more information)

If you are a researcher interested in getting matched with an RA, before each term (Fall, Spring, and Summer I) the IBRC will reach out to all researchers who have used the lab to ask if you would like to request an RA. 

  • The IBRC offers a limited number of $600 mini-grants exclusively for participant payment to researchers utilizing IBRC resources. (If interested, follow the steps listed on the Start Your Research page)
  • Research design and analysis support
  • Equipment information and training
  • The IBRC offers access to the Duke Behavioral Research Participant Pool to researchers utilizing IBRC resources
  • Participants are Duke undergraduates, graduate students, and staff as well as community members from across the Triangle
  • Management of pool and study sign-ups via SONA software
  • Researchers can set study requirements based on participant characteristics (i.e., age, gender, student vs. community member status) via a prescreen assessment collected from all participants
  • If you are interested in becoming a participant in the Duke Behavioral Research Participant Pool, see Be a Participant for further information.