Dear friends and colleagues,
we are excited to anounce the finalized program of the 6th Düsseldorf Symposium on Decision Neuroscience. It will take place in the O.A.S.E. at Düsseldorf University on Friday, June 30, 2017. This year's symposium features the following speakers and talks:
- Brian Knutson (Stanford University, USA): Neural prediction of risky choice: from rats to risk markets
- Mark Buckley (Oxford University, UK): Essential functions of the primate frontopolar cortex in cognition
- Grit Hein (Goethe University Frankfurt, D): The motivational basis of prosocial decision making
- Friederike Range (University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna, AT): Difference in cooperation with conspecifics and humans in dogs and wolves
Lunch and coffee will be provided. Registration is free, but space is limited, so be quick! Also, please note that we ask all participants to stay the entire day. Please check our flyer with all information, including registration procedures.
Please spread the word and invite friend, colleagues, students and whoever else may be interested.
See you in June!
For additional information: Download the flyer here!