Opening symposium of the Institute of Brain and Behavior Amsterdam (iBBA)

Opening symposium of the Institute of Brain and Behavior Amsterdam (iBBA)

May 23, 2016

Auditorium Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Chaired by: prof.dr. Erik Scherder


Time Speaker Topic
9.30 welcome (coffee)  
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
11.15-11.40 BREAK  
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
12.30 BREAK  
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
14.40-15.15 BREAK  
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
 16.15-17.00 DRINKS

Participation is free, but you are required to sign up in advance. You can do this through the form below until May 4th

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Registration is on a first come, first served basis and space is limited!  If you have signed up, but it turns out you cannot make it after all, please let Barbara Goudriaan know by email:

Barbara Goudriaan
+31 20 59 88786