The Neurobiological Basis of Human Social Behavior - 19th July 2022

We invite you to honour the scientific work of Christoph Eisenegger and that of his lab, the Neuropsychopharmacology & Biopsychology Unit!

The current and alumni members of his lab, as well as their collaborators will present their work on a wide range of topics related to the neurobiology and psychopharmacology of social decision making.

The symposium will be take place both in person and online on July 19th, prior to this year’s ESCAN conference, which will take place in Vienna from the  evening of the symposium on July 19th, until Friday, July 22nd

Participation in the symposium either in person or online is free, but we kindly ask you to register. A link to attend to those wishing to attend online only will be sent in due time, to the email address you provide in the registration.

Registration deadline is June 30th. 

The symposium is supported by the following sponsors:

Speakers

Jack van Honk Breakdown of utilitarian moral judgement after basolateral amygdala damage
Jean-Claude Dreher Influence of serotonin and hormones on brain systems underlying learning social hierarchies
Yin Wu Testosterone reduces generosity through cortical and subcortical mechanisms
Boris Quednow Egopharmacology: the relation between chronic substance use and social-decision-making
Giorgia Silani Understanding social motivation: a (neuro)pharmacological and clinical account
Michael Naef Testosterone beliefs and social decision-making
Bettina Studer Aversion to social inequity: Direct and indirect evidence for a causal role of the insula
Hana Kutlikova Testosterone across social contexts
Nace Mikus Effects of antipsychotics on belief updating
Lisa Rosenberger The causal role of the basolateral amygdala in risky decision-making
Sebastijan Veselic A causal role of estradiol in human reinforcement learning
Shawn Geniole The role of testosterone and threat in competitive bargaining interactions

Organisers

Annabel Losecaat Vermeer, Hana Kutlikova, Lisa Rosenberger, Nace Mikus, & Claus Lamm

Contact

symposium.eisenegger@univie.ac.at