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Frank Krueger is Assistant Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience in the Molecular Neuroscience Department and the Department of Psychology at George Mason University. As the Chief of the Evolutionary Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory and Co-Director of the Center for the Study of Neuroeconomics, Dr Krueger studies human social cognition and brain functions by applying structural and functional neuroimaging, neuropsychological testing, and molecular neurogenetics. Jordan Grafman, PhD is Director of the Traumatic Brain Injury Research Laboratory at the Kessler Foundation in West Orange, New Jersey, USA. Dr Grafman conducts patient and neuroimaging studies to examine the functions of the human prefrontal cortex and the rules governing neuroplasticity in the human brain. He has a particular interest in the abilities that differentiate humans from other animals.