Full course description
The neuroeconomics meetings are organised in seminar style, where students and researchers present and discuss original research articles, methodology and research ethics in neuroeconomics as well as the relevance of neuroeconomics to neuroscience and economics. Meetings include presentations and in-depth discussion. The meetings will take place on an approximately bi-weekly basis in periods 4-6 and less frequently in periods 1-3. They are compulsory in periods 4-6 of the first year but are also highly recommended for second year students and first year students in period 1-3.
Students will be able to understand:
- key research domains in neuroeconomics;
- critical assessment of research projects;
- critical assessment of published research;
- interaction with other students and more senior researchers.