Neuroeconomics Seminar

(formerly: Foundations of Human Social Behavior)

Autumn 2021

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

Location: Thursday, 17:00 - 18:00h, via Zoom (please contact Gökhan Aydogan for Zoom link)

Date Presenter Topic Host

23.09.2021

Bradley C. Love

University College London

Embedding Spaces for Decision Making

Abstract (PDF, 70 KB)

Hare

30.09.2021

Joseph Kable

University of Pennsylvania

CANCELLED

 

Tobler

07.10.2021

Russell Poldrack

Stanford University

The Measurement Crisis in Cognitive Neuroscience

Abstract (PDF, 67 KB)

Hare

28.10.2021

Matthew Nassar
Brown University

Latent States for Adaptive Learning: Using Structure for Dynamics

Abstract (PDF, 86 KB)

Ruff

04.11.2021

Michael J. Frank
Brown University

Linking levels of analysis from brain to behavior in computational modeling of decision making

Abstract (PDF, 72 KB)

Tobler

11.11.2021

Nathan J. Evans

University of Queensland

The role of passing time in decision-making

Abstract (PDF, 86 KB)

Alós-Ferrer
18.11.2021

Jessica Cohen

UNC Chapel Hill

The Cognitive Relevance of Functional Brain Network Dynamics Across Different Timescales

Abstract (PDF, 88 KB)

Hare
25.11.2021

Anne Urai

Leiden University

Choice history bias as a window into cognition and neural circuits

Abstract (PDF, 86 KB)

Tobler
02.12.2021

Helen Barron

University of Oxford

Neuronal Computation Underlying Inferential Reasoning in Humans and Mice

Abstract (PDF, 85 KB)

Ruff
09.12.2021

Luke Chang

Dartmouth College

Towards a computational social and affective neuroscience

Abstract (PDF, 85 KB)

Ruff
16.12.2021 Oral Examination Examiner: Prof. Christian Ruff  

 

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