Bharath Chandra Talluri was just awarded his PhD with “summa cum laude”. Unfortunately, the defense could only take place online, but still it was a fantastic event, attended by several family members, friends, past and present lab members, as well
From Jan Willem de Gee and Tobias Donner. We recently hosted Dr. Matthew G. McGinley as a Visiting Researcher funded by the SFB936 program, currently running in its second phase here at the University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf. Our reason to
By Anke Braun & Tobias Donner. Our decisions are often influenced by the history of our preceding choices: We tend to repeat (or alternate) decisions more often than expected by chance. Computational models postulate that these choice history biases result
By Anne Urai & Tobias Donner. Although we’d all like academia to be a true meritocracy, implicit biases shared by all of us create significant hurdles to achieving diversity in our communities. We discussed the data (showing both the extent to
Anne Urai was awarded her PhD with distinction (“summa cum laude”). Anne gave a wonderful talk summarizing her outstanding work over the past 4.5 years. Her studies provided important and novel insights into the computational and neural basis of history biases in human choice behavior. We celebrated Anne’s defence as well
By Jan Willem de Gee, Anne Urai & Tobias Donner. This blog post expresses the opinion of the authors and has been agreed upon by the members of the lab. The post does not represent the official position of the University
By Kobe Desender and Anne Urai. This blog post expresses the opinion of the members of the lab. The post does not represent the official position of the University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf (UKE), or of the Department of Neurophysiology & Pathophysiology, UKE.