Neuroeconomics Seminar

(formerly: Foundations of Human Social Behavior)

Spring 2014

Date Presenter Topic Host
20.02.2014 Matthew Rushworth
University of Oxford

Foraging and choosing between multiple options

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Hare
27.02.2014 Rafael Polanía
University of Zurich

Neural oscillations and synchronization differentially support evidence accumulation in perceptual and value-based decision making

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06.03.2014 Andreas Kleinschmidt
University of Geneva

The functional significance of spontaneous brain activity

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Stephan
Special day! 11.03.2014
17:00-18:00
Rafal Bogacz
University of Oxford

Do we have Bayes' theorem hardwired in the cortico-basal-ganglia circuit?Abstract (TXT, 0 KB)

Ruff
13.03.2014
Special time! 12:00-13:00
Brian Knutson
Stanford University

The "risk matrix": Predicting financial risk taking with fMRI

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Fehr
20.03.2014 Thorsten Kahnt
University of Zurich

Specific and general predictive value codes in the human orbitofrontal cortex

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27.03.2014 Daeyeol Lee
Yale University School of Medicine

Cortical substrates of dynamic social interactions

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Tobler
03.04.2014 Roshan Cools
Radboud University

Affective and decision functions of serotonin

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Tobler
08.05.2014 Britta Renner
University of Konstanz

Why we eat what we eat: Social influences on food intake

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Hare
15.05.2014 John-Dylan Haynes
Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience, Charité Berlin

Decoding and predicting decisions from brain signals

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Stephan
22.05.2014 Birte Forstmann
University of Amsterdam

The role of the subthalamic nucleus in strategic decision-making: A model-based approach

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Ruff
05.06.2014
14:00-16:00
Oral examination Room: BLU-107, Blumlisalpstrasse 10, Zurich
Examiner: Prof. Dr. Philippe Tobler
 

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