Neuroeconomics Seminar

(formerly: Foundations of Human Social Behavior)

Spring 2015

Date Presenter Topic Host
19.02.2015 G. Elliott Wimmer
University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf

The value of an episode: Memory and decision making supported by single experiences

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Tobler
26.02.2015 John A. Clithero
Pomona College, Claremont, CA

Using a neuroeconomic model of the decision process improves out-of-sample predictions

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Fehr
05.03.2015 Ernst Fehr
University of Zurich

The impact of a nuclear catastrophe on economic and political preferences – The case of Chernobyl

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12.03.2015 Michael Moutoussis
University College London

Computational phenotype and disposition to psychopathology: Delay discounting in young people

Abstract (TXT, 2 KB)

Stephan
19.03.2015 Ralph Adolphs
Caltech

Social cognition, the amygdala, and autism

Abstract (TXT, 749 bytes)

Tobler
26.03.2015 Daphna Shohamy
Columbia University

How memory guides value-based decisions

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Ruff
16.04.2015 Gerhard Jocham
Otto-von-Guericke University, Magdeburg

Reinforcement learning: What action, what value?

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Ruff
23.04.2015 Daniel Braun
Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Tübingen

Free energy and sensorimotor information processing

Abstract (TXT, 901 bytes)

Stephan
30.04.2015 John P. O'Doherty
Caltech

The social computational brain: How the brain learns from and makes inferences about others

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Fehr
07.05.2015 Hilke Plassmann
INSEAD, Fontainebleau

Pain of paying? — A metaphor gone literal: Evidence from neural and behavioral science

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Hare
21.05.2015 Gideon Nave
Caltech

Single-dose testosterone administration impairs rational thinking in men

Abstract (TXT, 795 bytes)

Hare
28.05.2015
15:45-16:45
Oral examination Room: BLU-003, Blumlisalpstrasse 10, Zurich
Examiner: Prof. Dr. Todd Hare
 

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