Decision Neuroscience

At the Center for Decision Neuroscience, we are studying the neural and cognitive mechansims underlying decision making and learning. Our research methods comprise the assessment and mathematical modeling of choices and learning processes, neuroimaging techniques (fMRI, EEG), and eye-tracking.

We are a team of young researchers with close connections to the Center for Economic Psychology (Prof. Rieskamp) and the Master and PhD programs in Social, Economic, and Decision Psychology (check out the SWE-blog).

News

11.09.2017   We are looking for a new Student Research Assistant in our lab. All the relevant information is here (in German).

16.08.2017   The application process for the PhD position is finished. Peter Kraemer will be our newest team member from October 2017 on.

04.04.2017   The Swiss National Science Foundation (SNF) is funding our project on memory-based decision making! We will soon be looking for new group members...

01.02.2017   Laura is heading towards Amsterdam for her 9-month research stay there. Good luck!

29.12.2016   Regina's first paper is published, a review article on the interplay of hippocampus and ventromedial prefrontal cortex in memory-based decision making.