Neuroeconomics Seminar

(formerly: Foundations of Human Social Behavior)

Spring 2010

Date Presenter Topic Host
25.02.2010 James Fowler
University of San Diego
Cooperative behavior cascades in human social networks Ernst Fehr
11.03.2010 Tali Sharot
Wellcome Trust Center for Neuroimaging at UCL
Generating expectations of pleasure and pain Tania Singer
18.03.2010 Dean Mobbs
University of Cambridge
Close Encounters of the Fear Kind Tania Singer
25.03.2010 Kerstin Preuschoff
University of Zurich
Adaptive Learning under Uncertainty K.E. Stephan
22.04.2010 Michael X Cohen
University of Arizona / University of Amsterdam
Synchronized neural oscillations support cognitive control and reinforcement learning Christian Ruff
29.04.2010 Franz Vollenweider
University of Zurich
Role of ketamine in schizophrenia research and treatment of depression K.E. Stephan
06.05.2010 *Cancelled due to volcanic ash cloud*
John O'Doherty
Trinity College Dublin / Caltech
*Cancelled due to volcanic ash cloud*
Neural mechanisms of goal-directed and habitual behavioral control in the human brain.
20.05.2010 Jeannette Brosig
University of Duisburg-Essen
Individual differences in selfishness correspond to differential recruitment of brain areas Daniel Schunk
27.05.2010 Quentin Huys
UCL, Gatsby Computational Neuroscience Unit
Approaching avoidance. Asymmetries in the processing of rewards and punishments. K.E. Stephan
03.06.2010 Russ Poldrack
University of Texas at Austin
The neural basis of response inhibition