Neuroeconomics Seminar

(formerly: Foundations of Human Social Behavior)

Spring 2007

Date Presenter Topic
21.03.07 Silke Anders
University of Tübingen, University of Stockholm
Neural mirroring' during facial communication of emotion
23.03.07 Kirsten Volz
MPI Leipzig
SELF and OTHER, WE and THEM
30.03.07 Scott Rick
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh PA
The influence of anticipatory affect on consumer choice
13.04.07 Kathrin Henke
Universität Bern
Hippocampus und Gedächtnis
20.04.07 Christian Ruff
University College London
Using concurrent TMS-fMRI to study functional interactions in the human brain
27.04.07 Dave Perrett
University of St. Andrews, UK
The influences of sex and stress hormones on interpersonal perception
The neural basis of anticipating the out comes of others actions
04.05.07 Frederique de Vignemont
Institute for Cognitive Science (part of the CNRS), Lyon
Bridging the gap between self and others
11.05.07 Josep Call
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig
Building bridges between ape social cognition and ape social psychology
18.05.07 no seminar --
23.05.07 Hauke Heekeren
MPI Berlin
Moral decision making and the Brain: an interaction of emotion and cognition?
25.05.07 Luke Clark
University of Cambridge
Neuropsychological and Pharmacological Mechanisms of Risk-Taking and Impulse Control
01.06.07 Jason Mitchell
Harvard University
Thinking about other minds: The neural basis of social cognition
08.06.07 Christian Keysers
University of Groningen
A shared circuit approach to social cognition
15.06.07 Theodor Landis
Hôpitaux Universitaires de Genève
Impuls control disorders
22.06.07 Essi Viding
University College London
Exploring different sub-types of antisocial behaviour
29.06.07 Jack van Honk
University of Utrecht
Fear, Love and Aggression: The Gonads Rule