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Bonn Melbourne Seminar in Decision Making and Computational Psychiatry

Welcome to the Bonn-Melbourne Joint Seminar Series in Decision Making and Computational Psychiatry!

This newly established, international seminar series is part of a joint doctoral training and research collaboration between the University of Melbourne (spokesperson: Carsten Murawski) and the University of Bonn (spokesperson: Ulrich Ettinger).

The online seminar takes place Thursdays at 9am (Bonn). Talks are 45 minutes plus 15 minutes for questions and discussion. The target audience consists of students, PhD students, postdocs and researchers from both Melbourne and Bonn who have an interest in decision making research.

If you wish to take part, please feel free to contact us!





Dr Quentin Huys (Max Planck UCL Centre for Computational Psychiatry and Ageing Research, University College London, UK): "Emotional Thoughts"



Kristof Keidel (Department of Psychology, University of Bonn, Germany): "The Date/Delay Effect in Intertemporal Choice"



Prof Tobias Kalenscher (Institute of Experimental Psychology, University of Düsseldorf, Germany): "To give or not to take – framing effects boost generosity in social discounting"



Prof Adele Diederich (Cognitive Science Lab, Jacobs University Bremen, Germany): "A Dynamic Dual Process Model of Intertemporal Choice"



Eva Halbe (Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, University of Bonn, Germany): "The impact of somatic markers on decision-making in ADHD"



Prof Bettina von Helversen (Department of Psychology, University of Bremen, Germany): "Modeling decision making in optimal stopping problems"



Christine Leonards (Department of Psychiatry, University of Melbourne, Australia): "The role of default mode network suppression in higher-order cognitive processes"



Prof Volker Thoma (Department of Psychology, University of East London, UK): "Brain stimulation of right dorso-lateral prefrontal cortex increases cognitive reflection performance"



Prof Hilke Plassmann (INSEAD’s Octapharma Chair in Decision Neuroscience, Fontainebleau, France): "Individual Differences in (Dietary) Decision Making and Its Control: Connecting the Brain and Gut to Improve our Understanding of Behavior"



Prof Christian Ruff (Department of Economics, University of Zurich, Switzerland)



Dr Mathias Pessiglione (Paris Brain Institute, Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital, Paris, France)