Neuroeconomics Seminar

(formerly: Foundations of Human Social Behavior)

Autumn 2011

Date Presenter Topic Host
29.09.2011 Christian Lüscher
University of Geneva
Addiction: The dark side of learning Philippe Tobler
06.10.2011 Ben Hayden
Duke University, Durham, NC
Algorithms for value-based choice Christian Ruff
13.10.2011 Peter Shizgal
Concordia University, Montreal
The neural foundations of decision making: Some contributions from the study of brain reward circuitry in rodents Philippe Tobler
20.10.2011 Randy McIntosh
University of Toronto
Cognition = Networks and noise Klaas Enno Stephan
27.10.2011 Ian Krajbich
Department of Economics (UZH)
The speed-accuracy tradeoff and the influence of visual attention in value-based decision making n/a
03.11.2011 Andreea Diaconescu
Department of Economics (UZH)
Pharmacological neuroimaging of synaptic plasticity n/a
17.11.2011 Etienne Koechlin
École normale supérieure, Paris
Reasoning, learning and creativity in human decision-making Klaas Enno Stephan
24.11.2011 Isabelle M. Mansuy
Brain Research Institute (UZH)
Epigenetics and the effect of early trauma across generations Ernst Fehr
Special time:
Daniela Schiller
New York University
Changing fear: Brain mechanisms underlying emotional control and flexibility Ernst Fehr
08.12.2011 Read Montague
Baylor College of Medicine / Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute
Using reciprocating exchange to characterize healthy and diseased cognition Ernst Fehr
22.12.2011 John O'Doherty
California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA
Neural mechanisms of goal-directed and habitual control in the human brain Christian Ruff