Amsterdam Brain and Cognition (ABC)

Frontiers in Social Neuroscience

28June2018 09:00 - 00:00

Symposium

The international symposium “Frontiers in Social Neuroscience” will take place at the final day of the ABC Summer School on 28 June 2018. The speakers will cover a wide range of important topics in the field, including the neurobiology of social decision making and the role of oxcytocin in social cognition, as well as the neurobiological basis of empathy and social motives.

The symposium also features a poster session, for which abstract submission is open now until June 1st. In addition, the symposium will conclude with a lecture from the Visiting Honorary Chair in Cognitive Science. The Honorary Chair of this year has been awarded to Prof. Brian Knutson, a leading expert in the field of Affective and Social Neuroscience.

 

 

The Amsterdam Brain & Cognition Centre and its co-organizers invite abstract submission for the international symposium ˜Frontiers in Social Neuroscience”

Leading international experts in Social Neuroscience will share recent advances from their research. The speakers will cover a wide range of important topics in the field, including the neurobiology of social decision making and the role of oxytocin in social cognition, as well as the neurobiological basis of empathy and social motives (for a more detailed list of topics and speakers, see our programme here). The symposium also features a poster session, for which abstract submission is open now until June 1st. In addition, the symposium will conclude with a lecture from the Visiting Honorary Chair in Cognitive Science. The Honorary Chair of this year has been awarded to Prof. Brian Knutson, a leading expert in the field of Affective and Social Neuroscience.

Symposium Speakers: Carsten de Dreu, Hauke Heekeren, Christian Keysers, Frank Krueger, Alan Sanfey, Brian Knutson (Honorary Chair)

Registration: possible via this online registration form (deadline 1 June).

Abstracts for poster presentations can be uploaded via the registration form (maximum of 150 words, excluding titles and references).

Entrance to the Symposium will be included in the programme of the Summer School. Therefore, attendees of the Summer School are not required to register for the symposium separately.

We sincerely look forward to meeting you in Amsterdam!

Jan Engelmann

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