Neuroeconomics Seminar

(formerly: Foundations of Human Social Behavior)

Autumn 2009

Date Presenter Topic Host
17.09.09 Molly Crockett
University of Cambridge
Neurochemical modulation of social preferences Tania Singer
24.09.09 Kai Vogeley
University Hospital of Cologne
Neural Systems of Social Cognition Markus Heinrichs
01.10.09 Jan Gläscher
California Institute of Technology
Neural signatures of structure-based learning Klaas Enno Stephan
08.10.09 Christopher Pryce
Psychiatric University Hospital Zurich
Early-life social stress and its long-term effects on brain and behaviour: studies in mammals Markus Heinrichs
15.10.09 Klaas Enno Stephan
University of Zurich
Model-based inference on brain pathophysiology in computational neuroeconomics  
22.10.09 CANCELLED    
29.10.09 Todd Hare
California Institute of Technology
Networks modulating the computation of value signals in VMPFC during decision-making Ernst Fehr
05.11.09 Alain Cohn
University of Zurich
Collusion, Cooperation and Communication:
A Field Experiment
 
12.11.09 Paul Gilbert
University of Derby
Introduction to compassionate focussed therapy: research and outcome Tania Singer
19.11.09 Magnus Johannesson
The Stockholm School of Economics
Genetic Variation in Financial Decision Making Ernst Fehr
26.11.09
 
Imran Rasul
University College London
Crime and the Legalization of Cannabis: Evidence from a Localized Policing Experiment Ernst Fehr
03.12.09
 
Lawrence Hunt
University of Oxford
Modelling decision making and learning in the medial frontal cortex Kay Brodersen
10.12.09 CANCELLED    
17.12.09 Susanne Leiberg
University of Zurich
Real-time fMRI neurofeedback from the ventral striatum in compassion meditation training