Upcoming Events

The Kavli HUMAN Project at the World Science Festival

On Sunday, June 5th, the Kavli HUMAN Project hosted an exhibit, “Mission H.U.M.A.N.” at the World Science Festival’s “Street Science” fair. See photos from the event here!

Kavli HUMAN Project

The Kavli HUMAN Project is the first interdisciplinary big data bio-behavioral longitudinal study that will provide a data platform that will be a resource for the entire research community. The KHP will study 10,000 New York City residents for 20 years, gathering measurements across neuroscience, genetics, psychology, economics, sociology, and urban informatics to truly understand the dynamic interplay between biology, behavior, and the environment in the bio-behavioral complex. Click here to learn more.

Saving the masses: The impact of perceived efficacy on charitable giving...

AUTHORS: Professor Vicki Morwitz and Professor Eesha Sharma ABSTRACT People are more generous toward single than toward multiple beneficiaries, and encouraging greater giving to multiple targets is...

Call for Posters from the Brain Imaging Center at the Icahn...

The Brain Imaging Center (BIC) at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai will be hosting its 3rd Annual Symposium on Wednesday, October...

Congratulations to IISDM Professor, Dr. Roozbeh Kiani on becoming a 2016...

Going on over 30 years, The Pew Charitable Trusts continue to support outstanding biomedical researchers and this year awarded 22 scientists from prestigious institutions across the...

#neuroeconomics on Twitter

Randy Schisler Randy Schisler @airschis #Decisions #DecisionMaking #NeuroEconomics #Choice The Neuroscience Behind Bad Decisions https://t.co/OChrMlO0B7 3 hours ago
Valeria Faralla Valeria Faralla @valeriafaralla The Neuroscience Behind Bad Decisions https://t.co/DclUtNkEpg #irrationality #DecisionMaking #brain #fMRI #neuroeconomics 18 hours ago
Pablo J. Morales Pablo J. Morales @mofongotron Great writeup of neuroeconomic constraints to choice (e.g. divisive normalization) https://t.co/rq0ZLDjLKw #neuroeconomics 1 day ago
Pablo J. Morales Pablo J. Morales @mofongotron RT @jashubbard: A little press for our latest #neuroeconomics work. https://t.co/uKnuAWKNGy 1 day ago
Philip Breau Philip Breau @philipbreau The #neuroeconomics behnd our irrationality in front of 99 choices in the cereal aisle. This is why I prefer Costco. https://t.co/ysYQUMoneB 1 day ago
Ruth Paget Ruth Paget @ruthpaget RT @UChi_Economics: List, Hortaçsu, et al. find #trading "experience reduces the emotional pain tied to selling objects" https://t.co/8VYO4 2 days ago
Balachandar K Balachandar K @uniquebala RT @knutson_brain: Excited to attend the Society for #Neuroeconomics Conference in #Berlin in a few days - hope to see you there! https://t… 3 days ago
Jessica McDonald Jessica McDonald @jjmcdona Nice summary of some of the interesting ideas and disputes in #neuroeconomics. https://t.co/KmGnlFPs3m 3 days ago
Darren Granaas Darren Granaas @dgranaas "Their neuroscience-based model outperforms the standard economic theory..." #neuroeconomics https://t.co/NSoqexzwPU 3 days ago
Dr. Sara Nasserzadeh Dr. Sara Nasserzadeh @Dr_Sara_ RT @NewMindMirror: The #Neuroscience Behind Bad Decisions - Quanta Magazine #neuroeconomics #decisionmaking https://t.co/rmbp2yomrf 3 days ago
Edward Craig Edward Craig @NewMindMirror The #Neuroscience Behind Bad Decisions - Quanta Magazine #neuroeconomics #decisionmaking https://t.co/rmbp2yomrf 3 days ago
Better With Change Better With Change @betterwchange My next @coursera course is: #Neuroeconomics: How the Brain Makes Decisions. Looking forward to it 4 days ago