Guest lecture by Lei Zhang

We had the great pleasure of hosting Professor Lei Zhang (Centre for Human Brain Health & Institute for Mental Health, University of Birmingham) for a guest lecture at the CBBM. Lei talked about how “to crack the neurocomputational mechanisms of flexible (social) behavior.    Abstract: Flexible (learning) behavior refers to the adaptive change of behavior

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Lab visit by Geert-Jan Will

Today, we had a spectacular visit by Geert-Jan Will from Utrecht University who presented his research on the computational mechanisms of self-esteem formation and its relevance for psychiatric conditions. Moreover, we took advantage of the situation (first real-life lab visit after 1.5 years) to discuss links between self-related belief formation, affect, subjectively perceived control, effort exertion,

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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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