$29,000: V.F. Reyna & Just (Co-PI), United States Department of Agriculture, De-stigmatizing fruits and vegetables in school cafeterias, 9/1/2009 – 9/30/2011.
$756,523: V.F. Reyna (PI) & C.J. Brainerd (PI), National Institutes of Health (National Institute on Aging), Low-burden tools for improving prediction and diagnoses of cognitive impairment, 9/30/2009 – 8/31/2011.
$148,500: V.F. Reyna (PI), United States Department of Agriculture (National Institute of Food and Agriculture), Reducing risk-taking in adolescence using gist-based curricula, 10/1/2009 – 9/30/2012.
$405,793: D.J. Benjamin (PI), NIH/NIA, Measuring Preferences Needed to Guide Saving and Investing for Retirement (R21 AG037741), 08/15/10 – 07/31/12.
$256,000: Reyna, V. F. (Mentor), National Institutes of Health, Cognitive behavioral therapy for the prevention of paranoia in adolescents at high risk, 2010-2012.
$90,000: Reyna, V. F. (PI), United States Department of Agriculture, Using information technology to support research-based community partnerships, 2010-2013.
$322,550: Levon Barseghyan (PI), Francesca Molinari (Co-PI), and Ted O'Donoghue (Co-PI), NSF, An Empirical Investigation into the Nature of Risk Preferences, 9/1/2010 – 8/31/2013.
$76,867: V.F. Reyna, (PI), United States Department of Agriculture (National Institute of Food and Agriculture), Building research-community partnerships to reduce risk-taking in adolescence, 10/1/2010 – 9/30/2013.
$51,750: D.J. Benjamin (PI), NSF, Workshop for the Formation of a Social Science Genetic Association Consortium (EAGER), 10/15/10 – 09/30/11.
Peter Enns, 2011-2012 Visiting Research Associate Scholar fellowship, Center for the Study of Democratic Politics, Princeton University.
$474,083: M.S. Kimball (PI) and D.J. Benjamin (Co-PI), NIH/NIA, Using the Dynamics of Happiness to Measure the Subjective Importance of Events (R01 AG040787), 09/01/11 - 06/30/16.
$47,499: D.J. Benjamin (PI), NIH/OBSSR, Supplement for "Workshop for the Formation of a Social Science Genetic Association Consortium (EAGER)", 09/21/11 - 03/31/13.
$416,952: Reyna, V. F. (PI), National Institutes of Health (National Cancer Institute), A web tutor to help women decide about testing for genetic breast cancer risk, 6/1/2011-5/31/2013.
Valerie Reyna, 2012 Distinguished Fellow, Sage Center for the Study of the Mind, University of California, Santa Barbara.
Emily Owens, 2012 Visiting Fellow, the Police Foundation, Washington, DC.
$77,766: Peter Enns, Russell Sage Foundation, “The Great Recession and State Criminal Justice Policy: Explaining the Unexpected,” 2012.
$10,000. P.K. Enns. Cornell Digital Collections, Local Newspapers and Political Rhetoric. 2013-2013.
$603,710: M. Johannesson (PI), D.A. Cesarini (Co-PI), Phil Koellinger (Co-PI), and D.J. Benjamin (Co-PI), The Ragnar Söderberg Foundation, Genoeconomics (E9/11), 01/01/12 - 12/31/14.
$30,700: M. Rabin (Project Leader), D.J. Benjamin (Investigator), NIH/NIA, Finding Out What People Believe (P30 AG012839 supplement), 04/01/12 – 03/31/12.
Spring 2013, Faculty Fellow, Institute for the Social Sciences, Cornell University.
$1,769,043: Reyna, V. F. (PI), National Institutes of Health (National Institute of Nursing Research), The gist of hot and cold cognition in adolescents’ risky decision making, 2012-2015.
$341,469 Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs (PI) Emily Owens, (Co-PIs) David Weisburd, Geoffrey Alpert, and Karen Amendola “Promoting Officer Integrity Through Early Engagements and Procedural Justice” , 2013-2015.
$192,163. P.K. Enns, N. Kelly, J. Morgan & C. Witko. Russell Sage Foundation, Campaign Funding, Political Rhetoric, and the Public (Non)Response to Rising Inequality. 2013-2016.
$1,700,000 Valerie Reyna, William Schulze, David Dunning, Ted O'Donoghue, Brian Wansink, Barbara Ganzel, Henning Voss. National Institutes of Health. 2013.