RT @Gryphire: Yesterday @SanfeyLab's Alan Sanfey came over to the @GEMH_lab to give a fascinating and perspective-broadening talk about pro…
RT @Gryphire: Another cool @GEMH_lab blog by @anouk_tuijnman on a @Radboud_Uni colloquium given by Markus Paulus earlier this month on the…
Every. One. Of. My. Students. Take note. PLEASE. It's not just me! @GEMH_lab I'm freaking serious (in a loving I'm-… https://t.co/CQyezURw5e
RT @BabetHal: It's December and this month's theme on our GEMH Lab website is loneliness. When was the last time you felt lonely? @GEMH_lab…
December is already upon us and the end of the year is just around the corner. Last month’s theme was focused on kindness and prosociality, but this month’s theme looks at what happens when social relationships are lacking; loneliness. Unfortunately, it is a feeling most of us will experience sooner or later.
It's December and this month's theme on our GEMH Lab website is loneliness. When was the last time you felt lonely?… https://t.co/4TuhwIUNLZ
Last, but not least: a brand-new @GEMH_lab #LetsPlay featuring @Overcookedgame! Want to see whether our team stands… https://t.co/1xnrgl8ETi
As the end of this month approaches and a new theme finds its way to our lab, we have decided to celebrate this month's theme - prosociality and kindness - with a Let's Play! In this edition, Anouk, Babet and myself have played a fun yet chaotic cooking game called Overcooked!, in which we venture to conquer the kitchen in our quest to beat the giant meat ball boss.
Yesterday @SanfeyLab's Alan Sanfey came over to the @GEMH_lab to give a fascinating and perspective-broadening talk… https://t.co/olMbSLpj89
Yesterday we had the pleasure of welcoming Alan Sanfey from the Decision Neuroscience Lab at the Donders Centre for Cognitive Neuroscience for a GEMH Talk celebrating this month's theme: prosociality and kindness. While Alan is a psychological scientist by education, he has adopted methods from neuroscience (fMRI) and economics (computational modeling) in order to create a better and more precise understanding of people's behaviours, and in particular people's decision-making. In his talk, Alan has shed some light on different reasons for people to be prosocial and how studies of the brain can disentangle processes that result in the same behaviour but are very different in motivation.