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!
Elisa presented a poster on her behavioural and EEG work examining how different psychological and emotional frames can impact political decision-making at the annual meeting of the Social and Affective Neuroscience Society in New York!
Inge presented a poster on her work on wealth inequality and social preferences at the 2018 Neuroeconomics Symposium at Maastricht University here in the Netherlands. A nice line-up of speakers and posters gave a excellent summary of the current state of the field in Neuroeconomics.
The Decision Neuroscience Lab was well represented at this year's Donders Poster Sessions. No less than 5 of our lab members presented their research posters: Ili, Inge, Jeroen, Magda, and André! Additionally, Alan was part of the jury and had to decide who made the best poster.
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Flavia and Jeroen attended the NVP Winter Conference 2017 in Egmond aan Zee, 14-16 December. Aside from many other scientific highlights (great keynotes, fascinating talks, cool posters), Jeroen organized a symposium on ecologically valid social experiments together with Eliska Prochazkova and Michael Giffin from Leiden University and Karin Roelofs from the Donders. The four of them presented various ways of making the science of social decision-making more realistic at the level of experimentation, measurement, computational modeling, and neuroimaging analysis.