Neuroeconomics Seminar

(formerly: Foundations of Human Social Behavior)

Autumn 2020

Please direct your questions and speaker suggestions to Hui-Kuan Chung, Phone +41 44 634 37 40.

Location: Thursday, 17:00 - 18:00h, via Zoom (please contact Hui-Kuan Chung for Zoom link)

Date Presenter Topic Host

17.09.2020

Miriam Klein-Flügge

University of Oxford

Amygdala and PFC encode different associative structures and their connectivity helps predict markers of mental well-being

Abstract (PDF, 267 KB)

Ruff

24.09.2020

Serge Dumoulin

Utrecht University

A vision of (numerical) cognition: neural mechanisms of numerosity

Abstract (PDF, 111 KB)

Ruff

01.10.2020

Bahador Bahrami

University College London

A minimally dishonest strategy for winning elections

Abstract (PDF, 173 KB)

Ruff

08.10.2020

 

 

 

15.10.2020

 

 

 

22.10.2020

Siri Leknes

University of Oslo

What opioids do and why they are overrated

Abstract (PDF, 75 KB)

Tobler
29.10.2020

Sudeep Bhatia

University of Pennsylvania

The dual accumulator model of strategic deliberation and decision making

Abstract (PDF, 74 KB)

Alós-Ferrer
05.11.2020

Janneke Jehee

Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour

Uncertainty in perceptual decision-making

Abstract (PDF, 75 KB)

Hare
12.11.2020

Marieke Jepma

University of Amsterdam

Learning to predict and avoid pain: behavioural and brain mechanisms

Abstract (PDF, 76 KB)

Tobler
19.11.2020

Nick Chater

Warwick Business School

The social contract in miniature: Virtual bargaining and the theory of joint action, meaning and the foundations of culture

Abstract (PDF, 75 KB)

Alós-Ferrer
26.11.2020      
03.12.2020

Roshan Cools

Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour

Chemistry of the adaptive mind: Lessons from dopamine

Abstract (PDF, 73 KB)

Hare
10.12.2020

Robert Chavez

University of Oregon

Cancelled Hare
17.12.2020 Oral Examination Examiner: Prof. Christian Ruff  

 

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