Dianna is visiting the lab for the summer from Duke University. She will be looking at how social motivations change in private compared to in public when your reputation is at stake. In her study, she will examine how reputation affects the motivation to earn money for oneself and for a charity, and the neural processes underlying how social context can modulate reward anticipation. We hope you have a nice stay Dianna!
Alan presented some of the lab's work on third-party decisions in both social and risk contexts at the Decision-making for Others workshop at the Economics department here in Nijmegen.
Filippo has finished his internship at the lab, completing his time here with an interesting analysis of some of our recent reciprocity data. We enjoyed having him around of the past several months, and will be happy to welcome him back for some future visits!