Neuroeconomics Seminar

(formerly: Foundations of Human Social Behavior)

Spring 2022

Please direct your questions and speaker suggestions to Gökhan Aydogan, Phone +41 44 634 55 58.

Location: Thursday, 17:00 - 18:00h, Room BLU-003, Blumlisalpstrasse 10, 8006 Zurich, and via Zoom (please contact Gökhan Aydogan for Zoom link)

Date Presenter Topic Host

03.03.2022

Rebecca Saxe

MIT

What theory of mind is for
Abstract (PDF, 75 KB)

Hare

10.03.2022

Joseph Kable

University of Pennsylvania

Fractioning the Prospective Brain

Abstract (PDF, 80 KB)

Tobler

17.03.2022

Jan Peters

Universität Köln

Modulation of transdiagnostic decision processes

Abstract (PDF, 77 KB)

Tobler
24.03.2022

Jan Hausfeld
University of Amsterdam

Variants of Gaze Dishonesty

Abstract (PDF, 76 KB)

Ruff

31.03.2022

Joshua Gold
University of Pennsylvania

Principles and mechanisms of adaptive decision-making
Abstract (PDF, 79 KB)

Ruff

07.04.2022

Jill O'Reilly

University of Oxford

Uncertainty and expectation in perceptual decisions

Abstract (PDF, 70 KB)

Hare
28.04.2022 Neir Eshel
Stanford University

Dopamine release is inversely related to economic demand

Abstract (PDF, 66 KB)

Ruff
05.05.2022

Elise Lesage

Ghent University

Contextual overtraining accelerates habit formation in new stimuli

Abstract (PDF, 79 KB)

Tobler
12.05.2022

Sebastian Gluth

Universität Hamburg

Modeling the crosstalk between attention and preference formation in value-based choice
Abstract (PDF, 64 KB)
Ruff
19.05.2022

Caroline Charpentier

CalTech

Heterogeneity in strategy use during observational and experiential learning: computational mechanisms and relevance to psychopathology
Abstract (PDF, 81 KB)
Tobler
02.06.2022

Cendri Hutcherson

University of Toronto

Computational insights and implications from a model of attentional prioritization during evidence sampling

Abstract (PDF, 67 KB)

Hare
02.06.2022 Oral Examination Examiner: Prof. Christian Ruff  

 

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