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Summer Workshop on Decision Neuroscience

Schedule

August 10 - 21, 2009:  Introduction to Neuroscience for Behavioral Decision Making Scholars (10-15 students)


Special slots are reserved in the fMRI training course at University of Michigan for students with limited training in the neurosciences. More information is available at
http://sitemaker.umich.edu/fmri.training.course/registration.


August 21 - 23, 2009:  Summer Workshop Program

Click here to see a printable PDF of the workshop program.

With this link, you can view workshop abstracts and more recommended readings.

Please click the link to view the Decision Neuroscience Conference video

 

PowerPoint Presentations.

Bechara:
UofMichigan_08_22_09.pdf

Berns:   
UMich Talk Aug 2009.pptx

Huettel: 
090821_DecNeuro_WhyNeuroscience_upload.ppt
090822_DecNeuro_Ambiguity_Upload.ppt

Kuhnen:  
kuhnen.pdf

Liberzon:
DMstressLiberzon_forMarketingNeuroscience09.ppt

Rao:      
Michigan Neuro.ppt

Rick:     
Scott Rick Neuro Slides.ppt

Plassmann:
talk_plassmann_SS_4post.pdf

Smidts:   
Smidts Michigan August 2009 Final.ppt

Kable: 
Kable_ITC.pdf   
Kable_methods1.pdf
Kable_methods2a.pdf
Kable_methods2b.pdf
Kable_methods3.pdf

 

 


Notice to Participants - Recommended Reading List - Decision Neuroscience Workshop

In preparation for the workshop, we would like you to complete the following readings BEFORE coming to Ann Arbor. You may skip any material for which you already possess a good level of understanding due to your background. 

 

·       Introduction behavioral decision making for neuroscience students:

      S. Plous: The Psychology of Judgment and Decision-Making

 

·        Introduction neuroscience of behavior for behavioral decision-making students:

M. Rosenzweig, S. Breedlove, and N. Watson: Biological Psychology: An Introduction to Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience. 4th Edition.

 

·        Introduction decision neuroscience:

 

1)    B. Shiv, A. Bechara, I. Levin, J. Alba, J. Bettman, L. Dube, A. Isen, B. Mellers, A. Smidts, S. Grant, and A. McGraw (2005): “Decision Neuroscience.” Marketing Letters 16 (3/4), pp 375-386.

2)    A. Rangel, C. Camerer, R. Montague (2008): “A framework for studying the neurobiology of value-based decision making”, Nature reviews Neuroscience, 9(7), pp 545-56

3)    P. Glimcher, C. Camerer, E. Fehr, R. Poldrack (2009): “Introduction: A brief history of neuroeconomics”, in: P. Glimcher, C. Camerer, E. Fehr, R. Poldrack (Eds), Neuroeconomics: Decision Making and the Brain, pp 1-11.

4)    R. Poldrack, P. Fletcher, R. Henson, K. Worsley, M. Brett, Thomas E. Nicholse (2008): “Guidelines for reporting an fMRI study”, NeuroImage 40, pp 409 – 414.

5)    R. Poldrack (2006): “Can cognitive processes be inferred from neuroimaging data?”, Trends in Cognitive Neuroscience, 10(2), pp. 59-63

 

·        Further Suggested Readings:

P. Glimcher, C. Camerer, E. Fehr, R. Poldrack (Eds), Neuroeconomics: Decision Making and the Brain

 

 

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