Annual Research Forum - February 7, 2018 - Campus Biotech
|9h00 - 10h30||Kinga Igloi "Acute physical exercise improves memory consolidation in humans via BDNF and endocannabinoid signaling"
Norbert Semmer "Task-related issues in conflict theories: The neglected role of workflow disruptions"
Corrado Corradi Dell'Acqua "From Social Neuroscience to clinical practice. The many neural facets of professional pain management"
Tristan Palese "Is emotion recognition accuracy related to behavioral adaptability in women and men? Evidence from two studies in the leadership context"
|10h30 - 11h00||coffee break|
|11h00 - 12h30||Joana Leitao "Brain Networks of Emotion Appraisals during Video Gaming"
Ana Cubillo "Neural impact of monetary incentives on cognitive control "
Daniel Dukes "Emotion appreciation: an unorthodox approach to emotion and emotion recognition"
Gaëlle Molinari "Emotions and Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning: Results and Perspectives"
|12h30 - 13h10||lunch|
|13h10 - 14h10||poster session|
|14h10 - 16h00||Simon Schaerlaeken "Exploring musical gesture: from production to perception"
Daniel Vanello “Integrating Emotion and Reason in Moral Development: philosophical assumptions in developmental psychology”
Phil Lopes "Towards the Autonomous Construction of Virtual Emotional Environments for Digital Games"
David Rudrauf “The projective consciousness model and its applications to perception, emotion and social cognition: a primer"
Mohsen Falahi "Golf Theory - The secret geometry of choice"
|16h00 - 16h30||coffee break|
|16h30 - 18h00||Matt Philipps "Reading the Mind in the Eyes"
Beatrice Conte “Choosing Green: Values and Choice Architecture in Sustainable Consumer Decision-making”
Amaya Palama "Are 6-month-old human infants able to transfer emotional information from voices to faces?"
Eva Pool "Stress' influence on reward seeking behaviors"
pdf version of the program
Winner of the best poster presentation competition: Ryan Murray "The Appraising Brain: The amygdala responds to individual concern‐relevance".
Second best poster: Lia Antico “Representations of first‐hand aversive experiences influence social cognition both in terms of modality‐specific and supramodal dimensions”.