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Chair of Sociology, in particular of Modeling and Simulation
 

Behavioral Studies Colloquium

Term: Spring 2014

The "Behavioral Studies" Colloquium (851-0252-04L) in the Spring semester 2014 is a shared weekly colloquium organized by the the chairs of Prof. Hölscher, Daniel, Diekmann, Helbing, Murphy, Schubert and Stern. The (preliminary) schedule of talks may be found below.

Unless otherwise indicated, we meet in room HG E41. Further information on the colloquium may be found here.



                                         



Course Schedule
Date
Time
Speaker Host/Chair Title
04.03.
13.15-14.45 Jean-Louis van Gelder
(Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement)
Diekmann
To know thy (future) self: Using virtual reality and social media to reduce criminal propensity.
11.03.
13.15-14.45
Bruno Rütsche
(ETH IFVLL)
Stern
The role of individual differences in working memory capacity for fluid intelligence and learning: Behavioral and neural evidence.
18.03.
13.15-14.45 Benjamin Scheibehenne
(Uni Basel)
Murphy
Using Hierarchical Bayesian Techniques to Evaluate and Compare Cognitive Models of Choice.
25.03.
13.15-14.45 Tom Norman
(Oxford)
Helbing
Learning, Hypothesis Testing and Rational-Expectations Equilibrium.
15.04.
13.15-14.45 Johannes Keller
(University of Ulm)
Diekmann
Costly punishment in social dilemmas: A biopsychosocial approach in the analysis of potential impact factors.
15.04. 18.30-20.00
IFW A 32.1

Ruth Dalton
(Northumbria University)
Hölscher Wayfinding as a Social Activity.
29.04. 13.15-14.45 Hugo Spiers
(UCL)
Hölscher
Navigation systems in the brain.
06.05.
13.15-14.45 Thomas Gautschi
(University of Mannheim)
Diekmann
Two souls, alas!, are dwelling in my breast. A Rational-Choice-Model of Inner Conflicts.
13.05.
13.15-14.15

14.15-14.45
Ramzi Suleiman
(University of Haifa)
Christian Schulz
(ETH SOMS)
Diekmann

Helbing
On Beauty and Social Justice.

Co-evolutionary dynamics in open collaboration systems.
20.05.
13.15-14.00

14.00-14.45
Verena Schnitzler
(ETH COG)
Iva Barisic
(ETH COG)
Hölscher

Hölscher
How the design of a building and its maps influences users' experiences during navigation.

Crowd navigation.
 

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