Neuroeconomics Seminar

(formerly: Foundations of Human Social Behavior)

Autumn 2012

Date Presenter Topic Host
20.09.2012 Mauricio Delgado
Rutgers University
Social context modulates reward processing in the human brain Tobler
26.09.2012 Erie Boormann
California Institute of Technology
Valuing choices and others Stephan
04.10.2012 Sven Bestmann
University College London
Mechanisms for turning decisions into actions Stephan
Special time!
Alexandre Pouget
University of Rochester
Probabilistic inferences in neural circuits: From insects to humans Ruff
18.10.2012 Wolfram Schultz
University of Cambridge
Neurophysiological reward value and risk signals Tobler
25.10.2012 Dan Burghart
University of Zurich
The effects of alcohol on revealed preferences: Evidence from the field --
01.11.2012 Joshua Gold
University of Pennsylvania
Rational regulation of learning dynamics by pupil-linked arousal systems Hare
08.11.2012 Oliver T. Wolf
Ruhr University Bochum
Stress influences decision making and goal directed behavior in humans Hare
15.11.2012 Kent Berridge
University of Michigan
Understanding outcome reward in the brain: Experienced utility (‘liking’), predicted utility (future prediction), and decision utility (‘wanting’) Tobler
22.11.2012 Peter Dayan
University College London
Interactions between model-free and model-based reinforcement learning Stephan
29.11.2012 Laurence Hunt
University College London
Neural competitions underlying value-guided choice Ruff
13.12.2012 Jörg Rieskamp
Universität Basel
Explaining the cognitive processes underlying preferential choice Ruff
20.12.2012 Ryan Webb
New York University

Kenway Louie
New York University
Neural random utility
Value coding in decision circuits: normalization and context-dependent choice