2016.04.18 When Neuroscience Meets Game Theory

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题 目: When Neuroscience Meets Game Theory: Towards a Mechanistic Understanding of the Neurocognitive Basis of Social Decision-Making

报告人: Lusha Zhu 究员

Department of Psychology

IDG/McGovern Brain Institute

Peking-Tsinghua Center for Life Sciences Peking University

时 间:2016-4-18(周一),13:00-14:00

地 点:北京大学老化学楼东配楼一层101报告厅

主持人:来鲁华 教授


摘 要:

Social behavior is probably one of the most complex functions produced by the human brain, marked by at least two unique features. First, it often requires anticipating actions and intentions of others. Second, it may involve considering the well-being of others. Whereas previous work has primarily explored functional maps of brain regions involved in these social cognitive functions, decision neuroscientists are starting to go beyond localization and seek insight into neural computations underlying social behavior by combining methods of neuroscience and behavioral game theory. I will present examples from my past work to demonstrate how these approaches, when jointly brought to bear on complex social phenomena, provide tractable and quantitative understanding about how humans make decisions about one another.




朱露莎,山东大学物理学学士,北京大学经济学硕士,伊利诺伊大学香槟分校经济学博士。20102011加州大学伯克利分校Haas商学院Associate Consultant, 2011-2015弗吉尼亚Carilion研究所研究员。2015年加入北大心理系、IDG麦戈文脑科学研究所、北大-清华生命科学联合中心。