Neuroeconomics Seminar

(formerly: Foundations of Human Social Behavior)

Autumn 2008

Date Presenter Topic Host
18.09.08 open    
25.09.08 Andrew Oswald
University of Warwick
Imitative obesity and relative utility  
02.10.08 Rosalyn Moran
Wellcome Trust Center for
Neuroimaging London
Dynamic causal models for investigating pharmacology and physiology from electric field potentials of the brain  
09.10.08 open    
16.10.08 Markus Rudin
ETH/ University of Zurich
Imaging receptor function and pathway activity in the rodent brain  
23.10.08 Julian Thayer
Ohio State University
Claude Bernard and the Heart-Brain Connection: Further Elaborations on a Model of Neurovisceral Integration  
30.10.08 Eveline Crone
Leiden University
Development of social decision-making: Evidence from behavioral and fMRI studies  
06.11.08 Andreas Olsson
Columbia University
Learning from and about others: The cognitive neuroscience of social fear  
13.11.08 Charles Raison
Emory University
Cytokines Sing the Blues: Inflammatory Implications for the Phenomenology, Pathophysiology and Treatment of Mood Disorders  
20.11.08 Ivan Toni
FC Donders Centre
Raising glasses, pointing fingers, and the generation of human communicative actions Klaas Enno Stephan
Attention seminar begins at 3 pm!
Martin Paulus
University of California
San Diego
Decision-making and interoception Tania Singer
Attention seminar begins at 4:15 pm in KOL G 217 (University Zurich)!
Matthew Botvinick
Princeton University
Medial frontal cortex, conflict monitoring, and the cost of cognition Christoph Eisenegger
04.12.08 Olaf Blanke
Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale Lausanne
Full body illusions as a window into the conscious self: Neurology, Psychology, and Virtual Reality Grit Hein
11.12.08 Antonio Rangel
California Institute of Technology
The neurobiology of self-control Kerstin Preuschoff
18.12.08 Michael Spezio
California Institute of Technology & Scripps College
Taking the face apart in the brain: Facial information processing in the brain during social decisions Markus Heinrichs
08.01.09 Peter Gollwitzer
Konstanz University &
New York University
Self control by if-then planning Thomas Baumgartner
Klaus-Robert Mueller
Technical University Berlin & Bernstein Centers for Computational Neuroscience and Neurotechnology
Towards Brain Computer Interfacing