Lisa was in Vienna to give two talks about her basolateral amygdala research. The first one was at a symposium she organized together with her old lab at the University of Vienna (The Neurobiological Basis of Human Social Behavior – a symposium in honour of Christoph Eisenegger). The second talk was at the bi-annual conference of the European Society for Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience (ESCAN).

Well done to Elijah Galvan (Masters student at the Behavioural Science Institute), who passed his masters' thesis! During his time in our lab, Elijah studied reciprocity in ambiguous interactions. Great work, Elijah!

Congrats to Eric Feddeck (Masters student at the Behavioural Science Institute (BSI)) who recently passed his masters' thesis. Eric's thesis explored the relationship between reputation and cooperation through simulated societies. In addition to this achievement, we are particularly happy that Eric will continue on in the lab in the new year, as he takes up the role of PhD student at the BSI.