On May 23rd, the newly formed Institute for Brain and Behavior (iBBA) will hold its opening symposium in the auditorium of the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. The symposium will be chaired by prof. dr. Erik Scherder and promises an impressive line-up of speakers. The full program can be found below.
|9.50-10.00||prof.dr. Vinod Subramaniam||Opening by the rector of the VU|
|10.00-10.25||prof.dr. Victor Lamme||Why solving consciousness should not be left to psychologists|
|10.25-10.50||prof.dr. Lydia Krabbendam||Development of trust and paranoia|
|10.50-11.15||prof.dr. Eveline Crone||Risks and opportunities of adolescent brain development|
|11.40-12.05||prof.dr. Jeroen Smeets||The illusion of a coherent world|
|12.05-12.30||prof.dr. Pieter Medendorp||Cognition in motion|
|13.25-13.50||prof.dr. Alan Sanfey||Fairness, trust and reciprocity: Insights from Decision Neuroscience|
|13.50-14.15||prof.dr. Mark van Vugt||The promise of evolutionary psychology for neuroscience|
|14.15-14.40||prof.dr. Serge Dumoulin||Visual neuroscience at ultra-high field MRI|
|15.15-15.40||prof.dr. Chris Olivers||Memory-attention interactions|
|15.40-16.05||dr. Heleen Slagter||From sensory processing to conscious perception|
|16.05-16.15||prof.dr. Jan Theeuwes||Goodbye by the Director of IBBA|
People who are interested in attending can register here.
Keep in mind that the registration deadline is May 1st and there is a first come first serve policy, as the space in the auditorium is limited