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Collective Values - Deciding the Good (and Bad) together

Date Title Lecturer

25.04.2019

Team reasoning and collective values

Natalie Gold (Oxford University)

16.05.2019

Virtual bargaining: A microfoundation for the theory of social interaction

(jointly organised with MCMP)

Nick Chater (Warwick Business School)

11.06.2019

It's not a lie if you believe it

Cristina Bicchieri (University of Pennsylvania)

11.07.2019

Value, Concepts and the Control of Goal-directed Behaviour

Benedetto de Martino (Cambridge University)


Short Bio of Benedetto de Martino - Lecturer of the Evening

Benedetto de Martino is a cognitive neuroscientist specialising on decision making and neuroeconomics. He is currently a Sir Henry Dale Fellow (Royal Society & Wellcome Trust) at the University College London, Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, where he leads the Decision Making Group. In his research he combines computational modelling together with experimental economics, psychophysics and brain imaging methods, with the goal of providing a mechanistic understanding of how the brain constructs the values used to guide choice under uncertainty.

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Organisation: Lehrstuhl für Philosophy of Mind and MKE.