A downloadable version of the program is available here.

All presentations and sessions on both days are in

McClendon Auditorium

Friday, June 7

9:00am

Continental Breakfast (Esbenshade/Patio/Davis)

9:45AM

Welcome and Opening Remarks

 

Session 1: Leveraging Neuroscience for Business

10:00AM

Nita Farahany | Productivity and Stress in Workplace

10:25AM

Davide Baldo | Enhancing the value of neurometrics

10:50AM

Lester Tong | Forecasting Internet Video Engagement with Brain Data

11:15AM

Yi Zhang | Neurophysiological Effect of Exposure to Gossip on Product Endorsement and Willingness-to-Pay

11:40AM

Data Blitz

12:00PM

Lunch and Posters (Winter Garden)

 

Session 2: Morality and Neuroscience

2:00PM

Molly Crockett | Human morality in 3D: decision-making, judgment, and inference

2:25PM

Sebastian Speer | Understanding Dishonesty: Investigating the Neurocognitive Processes underlying Cheating Behavior

2:50PM

Walter Sinnott-Armstrong | Moral Decisions under Risk and Uncertainty: Allais Paradox, Ellsberg Paradox, and Kahneman and Tversky’s Gambles

3:15PM

Coffee Break (Hallway)

 

Session 3: Neuroeconomics

3:45PM

Alan Sanfey | Social motivations in choice: insights from decision neuroscience

4:10PM

Ian Krajbich | Decomposing preferences with the drift diffusion model

4:35PM

Maia S. Pujara | Separable prefrontal-amygdala circuit interactions underlie social cognition and value-based decision making in rhesus monkeys

5:00PM

Poster Session  (Winter Garden)

6:00PM

Cocktail Reception and Dinner  (Winter Garden)


Saturday, June 8

8:30AM

Continental Breakfast (Esbenshade/Patio/Davis)

 

Session 4: Financial Decision Making

9:30AM

John Payne | Managing Longevity Risk

9:55AM

Dianna Amasino | Individual differences in the use of variable budget information in consumer choice

10:20AM

Xiaomeng Zhang | Arousal and attention in dynamic portfolio choice.

10:45AM

Coffee Break (Hallway)

 

Session 5: Applied Decision Making

11:15AM

Uzma Khan | Downstream effects of cause-related marketing

11:40AM

Kimberly Clark | Real-Time Choice Predictors in the Sharing Economy

12:05PM

Daniela Oliveira | Phishing Susceptibility: Why Older Adults are Vulnerable and the Case for Targeted Intervention

12:30PM

Lunch and Posters (Kirby Room)

 

Session 6: Emotions in Decision Neuroscience

2:00PM

Kendra Seaman | Individual Differences in Human Dopamine Function and Model-based Learning

2:25PM

W. Craig Williams | Goals for emotion perception direct attention and shape judgments of facial expressions: Combining drift-diffusion modeling with eye-tracking

2:50PM

Peiwei Liu | Modulatory effects of intranasal oxytocin administration on large-scale brain networks with benefits on affective decision making across adulthood

3:15PM

Coffee Break (Hallway)

 

Session 7: Social Neuroscience

3:45PM

Annamarie Huttunen | The impact of social cognition on value-based decision-making in humans and monkeys trading in a simulated stock market

4:10PM

Matthew Moore | Observing Dynamic Non-Verbal Social Interactions Modulates Cooperation Decisions: An Event- Related Potential Investigation

4:35PM

Kristin Brethel-Haurwitz | Inhibitory TMS to right temperoparietal junction modulates inequity aversion

5:00PM

Cocktail, Dinner and Social Event (The Pit)