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Best Paper Award for Laura Müller-Pinzler at the NeuroPsychoEconomics conference

Great news! Laura Müller-Pinzler has received the 2021 Best Paper Award at the NeuroPsychoEconomics conference in Amsterdam for the presentation of her latest project in the symposium “Social Neuroeconomics” (Chair: Jan Engelmann).    Abstract Biases in self-related belief formation and their association with self-conscious affect During everyday interactions people constantly receive feedback on their behavior, …

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Painful laughter – Media and politics in the age of cringe

Painful laughter – Wieland Schwanebeck (TU Dresden), with support from the Volkswagen Stiftung, organized this inspiring symposium on the role of awkwardness and cringe comedy in media and politics at the Schloss Herrenhausen in Hannover. Talks spanned from early British comedy to analyses and discussions of up-to-date cringe comedy (e.g. live interview with Robert B. Weide, …

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OHBM meeting in Rome

From June 7th – June 14th several lab members presented their newest data at the Annual Meeting of the Organization of Human Brain Mapping (OHBM) in Rome. “Self-attribution shifts affective, neural, and motivational markers of outcome valuation” was presented by David Stolz. “Egocentricity and allocentricity modulate neural and emotional processing of embarrassment in the face …

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