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Schedule


2017

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Schedule


2017

2017 Schedule

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MONDAY, AUGUST 7

Foundations
10:00am-12:00pm Social Neuroscience Past, Present, and Future. Kevin Ochsner
12:00-1:30pm Lunch break
1:30-3:30pm Neuroeconomics Past, Present, and Future. Antonio Rangel
3:30-5:30pm Participant Flash Talks (3m each)
6:30-8:30pm Food truck (Qspresso) group dinner

TUESDAY, AUGUST 8

Self Regulation
9:45-11:15am Alison Adcock
11:15-11:30am Break
11:30am-1:00pm Emily Falk
1:00-2:30pm Lunch break
2:30-4:00pm Cendri Hutcherson
4:00-4:15pm Break
4:15pm-5:30pm Panel Discussion: Falk, Hutcherson, Rangel, Ochsner

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9

Social Emotion/Affect
9:45-11:15am Luke Chang
11:15-11:30am Break
11:30am-1:00pm Jamil Zaki
1:00-2:30pm Lunch break
2:30-4:00pm Tor Wager
4:00-4:15pm Break
4:15-5:30pm Panel Discussion: Kevin LaBar, Chang, Zaki, Wager

THURSDAY, AUGUST 10

Social Preferences/Decisions
9:45-11:15am Mina Cikara
11:15-11:30am Break
11:30am-1:00pm Molly Crockett
1:00-2:30pm Lunch break
2:30-4:00pm Michael Platt
4:00-4:15pm Break
4:15-5:30pm Panel Discussion: Cikara, Crockett, Platt

FRIDAY, AUGUST 11

Learning and Decision Making
9:45-11:15am Catherine Hartley, NYU
11:15-11:30am Break
11:30am-1:00pm Yael Niv, Princeton
1:00-2:30pm Lunch break
2:30-4:00pm Gregory Samanez-Larkin, Duke
4:00-4:15pm Break
4:15-5:00pm Panel Discussion: Hartley, Niv, S-L
5:00pm Closing remarks (and Locopops!)

SATURDAY, AUGUST 12

Group Brunch
11:00am-2pm Location TBD (Dame's Chicken & Waffles)

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Faculty


 

 

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2017 Faculty

Antonio and his lab study the computational and neurobiological basis of value-based decision-making. He directed the first Summer School in Neuroeconomics with Paul Glimcher and Colin Camerer in 2005 at Stanford.

 

Kevin and his lab study the ways in which emotion, self control, and social behavior play key roles in human behavior and experience.

 

Alison and her lab study the psychology and neurobiology of motivated memory.

 

Emily and her lab take an interdisciplinary communication neuroscience approach to link neural activity to behaviors at the individual, group and population levels. 

 

Cendri Hutcherson
University of Toronto

Cendri and her lab investigate what the architecture of the brain can tell us about human thought, feeling, and behavior.

 

Luke Chang
Dartmouth

Luke and his lab examine the computational processes underlying social interactions and their neurobiological substrates.

 

Kevin and his lab examine cognition-emotion interactions in the human brain.

 

Jamil Zaki
Stanford

Jamil and his lab examine the cognitive bases of social behaviors.

 

Tor Wager
UC Boulder

Tor and his lab investigate the brain pathways that underlie the generation and regulation of pain and emotion.

 

Mina and her lab use social psychological and cognitive neuroscience approaches to study how group membership and prejudice change social cognition.

 

Molly and her lab investigate the psychological and neural mechanisms of social learning and decision-making.

 

Michael and his lab study the biological mechanisms that underlie decision-making in social environments and the implications for improving health and welfare in societies worldwide.

 

Cate and her lab investigate the learning and decision-making processes that support adaptive motivated behavior, and how these processes develop.

 

Yael Niv
Princeton

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Yael and her lab focus on the neural and computational processes underlying reinforcement learning and decision-making. 

 

GR and his lab examine how individual and age differences in motivation and cognition influence decision making across the life span. 

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Attendees


Attendees


Attendees

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Photos


Photos


Photos from 2017