Alan gave a departmental colloquium to Brain and Cognition group at Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona. An audience of psychologists, neuroscientists, economists, engineers and assorted others made for a lively talk and enjoyable discussion (despite an unseasonably rainy day in Spain).
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 her work on scarcity and consumer choice (and how the brain plays a role in this) to the scarcity research group at the University of Leiden. An enthusiastic audience gave useful feedback and potential future sources of collaboration!
We say good bye to Sofia after her 3 month internship stay, and thank her for all her hard work! Happily, she'll most likely start a Masters degree program here in the Netherlands so our paths may well cross again.