Meetings

 Lab seminar – Emotion Club

The Emotion Club is the weekly open lab seminar of the Computational Emotion Neuroscience Group. All interested researchers and students are welcome.

Please feel free to contact Karita Ojala if you have any questions.

Time: Wednesdays, 4.00 – 5.00 pm

Place: Psychiatrische Universitätsklinik Zürich, Lenggstrasse 31, Room specified in the calendar

Upcoming Emotion Clubs

10.01.2018.
Journal Club: Momennejad et al., 2017. The successor representation in human reinforcement learning. Nature Human Behaviour. Room Z0 01.
17.01.2018.
Journal Club: Benjamin et al., 2018. Redefining statistical significance. Nature Human Behaviour. Room Z0 01.
23.01.2018.
Journal Club: Petzschner et al., 2017. Computational Psychosomatics and Computational Psychiatry: Toward a Joint Framework for Differential Diagnosis. Biological Psychiatry. Room Z1 01. Tuesday (exception)
31.01.2018.
Talk: Computational properties of instructive signals for learning to predict threat (K. Ojala). Room Z1 05.
07.02.2018.
Journal Club: Meehl, 1967. Theory-Testing in Psychology and Physics: A Methodological Paradox. Philosophy of Science. Room Z1 01.
14.02.2018.
Project update meeting. Room Z1 01.
21.02.2018.
Journal Club: Yarkoni & Westfall, 2017. Choosing Prediction Over Explanation in Psychology: Lessons From Machine Learning. Perspectives on Psychological Science. Room Z1 01.
28.02.2018.
Journal Club: Wicherts et al., 2016. Degrees of Freedom in Planning, Running, Analyzing, and Reporting Psychological Studies: A Checklist to Avoid p-Hacking. Frontiers in Psychology. Room Z1 01. moved
07.03.2018.
Journal Club: Wicherts et al., 2016. Degrees of Freedom in Planning, Running, Analyzing, and Reporting Psychological Studies: A Checklist to Avoid p-Hacking. Frontiers in Psychology. Room Z1 01.
14.03.2018.
Journal Club: Everyone should bring a psychological article that makes and tests an explicit prediction (point estimate, not e.g. “Mean1 > Mean2”). Room Z1 01.
21.03.2018.
Presentation training Bach lab. Room Z1 01.
28.03.2018.
Journal Club: Smaldino & McElreath, 2016. The natural selection of bad science. Royal Society Open Science. Room Z1 01.
04.04.2018.
Talk: Amygdala oscillations in fear conditioning (V. Shamova). Room Z1 01.
11.04.2018.
Project update meeting. Room Z1 01.
18.04.2018.
No Emotion Club.
25.04.2018.
Journal Club: Cacioppo & Tassinary, 1990. Inferring Psychological Significance From Physiological Signals. American Psychologist. Room Z1 01.
02.05.2018.
Journal Club: LeDoux, 2017. Semantics, Surplus Meaning, and the Science of Fear. Trends in Cognitive Science. AND Fanselow & Pennington, 2018. A return to the psychiatric dark ages with a two-system framework for fear. Behaviour Research and Therapy. Room Z1 01. moved
09.05.2018.
Journal Club: Bishop & Gagne, 2018. Anxiety, Depression, and Decision Making: A Computational Perspective. Annual Review of Neuroscience. Room Z1 01.
16.05.2018.
Data visualization workshop. Room Z1 01.
23.05.2018.
Guest talk: The role of aversive learning processes in threat-related attentional bias (Toby Wise, UCL). Room Z1 01.
30.05.2018.
Journal Club: O’Connor et al., 2012. Neuroscience in the Public Sphere. Neuron. Room Z1 01.
06.06.2018.
Journal Club: Stachenfeld et al., 2017. The hippocampus as a predictive map. Nature Neuroscience. Room Z1 01.
13.06.2018.
Journal Club: LeDoux, 2017. Semantics, Surplus Meaning, and the Science of Fear. Trends in Cognitive Science. AND Fanselow & Pennington, 2018. A return to the psychiatric dark ages with a two-system framework for fear. Behaviour Research and Therapy. Room Z1 01.
20.06.2018.
Tools of the trade: Research workflows (F. Melinščak). Room Z1 01.
27.06.2018.
Project update meeting. Room Z1 01.