Neuroeconomics Seminar

(formerly: Foundations of Human Social Behavior)

Autumn 2014

Date Presenter Topic Host
18.09.2014 CANCELLED CANCELLED  
25.09.2014 Samuel J. Gershman
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Habits and goals in the brain: Competitive or cooperative?

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Stephan
02.10.2014 Edmund T. Rolls
Oxford Centre for Computational Neuroscience and
University of Warwick

Neural mechanisms of reward value, emotion, and decision making

Abstract (TXT, 3 KB)

Fehr/Tobler/Hare
09.10.2014 Christian Bellebaum
Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf

Neural mechanisms of active and observational feedback learning in humans

Abstract (TXT, 1 KB)

Tobler
16.10.2014 Sebastian Bitzer
Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig

Bayesian developments in models of perceptual decision making

Abstract (TXT, 1 KB)

Stephan
23.10.2014 Micah Edelson
University of Zurich

Memory and the dynamic human social environment

Abstract (TXT, 0 KB)

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30.10.2014 Marcus Grüschow
University of Zurich

Automatic versus choice-dependent value representations in the human brain

Abstract (TXT, 1 KB)

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Special day and time!
04.11.2014
16:00-17:00
Jonathan Roiser
University College London

Bonsai trees in your brain: The neural basis of reflexive pruning of decision trees

Abstract (TXT, 2 KB)

Stephan
13.11.2014 Anastasia Christakou
University of Reading

Value across time and context in the maturing human brain

Abstract (TXT, 0 KB)

Hare
20.11.2014 Jan Gläscher
University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf

Tracking the neural signature of cognitive control with model-based lesion-mapping

Abstract (TXT, 1 KB)

Ruff
27.11.2014 Marios G. Philiastides
University of Glasgow

Inferring cortical networks underlying human decision making

Abstract (TXT, 1 KB)

Ruff
04.12.2014 CANCELLED CANCELLED  
11.12.2014 Ming Hsu
University of California, Berkeley

The power of words: Neural substrates underlying communication in signaling games

Abstract (TXT, 1 KB)

Tobler
18.12.2014
17:00-18:00
Oral examination Room: BLU-003, Blumlisalpstrasse 10, Zurich
Examiner: Prof. Dr. Todd Hare
 

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