David E. Huber - US grants

University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA 
Perception and memory

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According to our matching algorithm, David E. Huber is the likely recipient of the following grants.
Years Recipients Code Title / Keywords Matching
2009 — 2010 Huber, David Ernest
R03Activity Code Description:
To provide research support specifically limited in time and amount for studies in categorical program areas. Small grants provide flexibility for initiating studies which are generally for preliminary short-term projects and are non-renewable.

A Stochastic Judgment Model of Recall: Separating Measurement, Memory and Correla

@ University of California San Diego

2009 — 2012 Huber, David
N/AActivity Code Description:
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Collaborative Research: Modeling Perception and Memory: Studies in Priming

@ University of California-San Diego

2017 Cowell, Rosemary Alice [⬀]
Huber, David Ernest
RF1Activity Code Description:
To support a discrete, specific, circumscribed project to be performed by the named investigator(s) in an area representing specific interest and competencies based on the mission of the agency, using standard peer review criteria. This is the multi-year funded equivalent of the R01 but can be used also for multi-year funding of other research project grants such as R03, R21 as appropriate.

Using Fmri to Measure the Neural-Level Signals Underlying Population-Level Responses

@ University of Massachusetts Amherst