The GUINNES Series:

Unexpected, free-flowing, informal, and personal interviews with senior academic scientists.  Open to society members only.

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NEW: International Diversity Fellowship

We are pleased to announce the Society for Neuroeconomic’s new International Diversity Fellowship

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NEW: COVID-19 Relief Fund

Complimentary membership and meeting registration is available for people whose university will not cover their expenses this year due to a COVID-19-related expense freeze.

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Wie entwickelt sich #fairness? Ernst Fehr verwendet neuroökonomische Methoden, um die neurobiologischen Grundlagen sozialen Verhaltens zu analysieren (Paywall):
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#FehrAdvice #BehavioralEconomics #honesty #neuroeconomics @UZH_ch @DiePressecom

Bummer! The reliability of individual economic rationality measurements is moderate to poor🙁Here's a summary 🧵of our recent paper @PNASNews /w @lucalupken, Nils Lüschow, and @kalenscher. #neuroeconomics @INSEAD @HHU_de cc @veredkurtz @vectornomist
https://www.pnas.org/doi/10.1073/pnas.2202070119

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About SNE

Neuroeconomics is a nascent field that represents the confluence of economics, psychology and neuroscience in the study of human decision making. SNE’s exists to foster research on the foundations of economic behavior by promoting collaboration and discussion among scholars from the psychological, economic, and neural sciences, and to ensure the continued advancement of the field of neuroeconomics by supporting young researchers.