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Yale / Kavli Foundation Event: "BRAIN Coffee Hour on Decision Making"

With support from the Kavli Foundation, we’re pleased to invite you to our first Kavli BRAIN Coffee Hour at Yale on April 29, 4:45-7:15p in LC 102.  Undergraduate students, graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, and faculty are all welcome to join this workshop that features many of our best decision making researchers from all around campus.  The topic will be Decision Making and the talks will be as follows:
4:45p Coffee!
5:00p Greg Samanez-Larkin (Psychology): Neuromodulation of cost-benefit decision making across adulthood
5:20p Ifat Levy (Comparative Medicine): Decision-making under uncertainty in development, aging and mental illness
5:40p Steve Chang (Psychology): Neural basis of social decision-making in monkeys
6:00p Laurie Santos (Psychology): When are humans less rational than monkeys?
6:20p Nick Barberis (School of Management): Progress and Challenges in Behavioral Finance
6:40p Daeyeol Lee (Neurobiology): Strategic reasoning during competitive games
We will host further meetings in Fall, 2015.  If you plan to attend this decision making meeting and would like to be added to our special mailing list, please provide your e-mail address below.
With apologies for duplicate postings, please help distribute this invitation to others. Registration is free and all are welcome to attend.   
Marvin Chun (Psychology and Neurobiology)
Coordinator, Kavli BRAIN Coffee Hours
Co-organizers: Marina Picciotto (Psychiatry) and David McCormick (Neurobiology)


  • Multiple Speakers



Free: free


Conferences and Symposia, Lectures and Seminars
Apr 201529Wednesday
4:45 PM7:15 PM
Linsly Chittenden Hall, LC 10263 High StNew Haven, CT