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  • Invited talks

    • 1 - Dissociation between task timing expectancy and task order anticipation during task switching, Cognitive Neuroscience Section, NINDS, NIH, Bethesda, may 2000

      2 - Functional organization of the prefrontal cortex: Insights from task switching, University College London, October 2001, UK

      3 - Functional Magnetic Resonance imaging studies of task switching, May 2002, Exeter University, UK

      4 - Cortex préfrontal, dopamine et schizophrénie: études par imagerie cérébrale et modélisation, Université du Québec à Montréal, Montreal, september 2002

      5 - Brain activation in healthy aging subjects and schizophrenics matched in performance on a working memory task, Society For Neuroscience meeting, Orlando, 2002

      6 - Prefrontal cortex, dopamine and schizophrenia: insights from brain imaging (fMRI, PET, EEG) and neural network modeling, Brown University, Department of Psychology, Providence, March 2003

      7 - Different time scales of dopaminergic modulation, workshop "dopamine and memory: integrating computational and empirical approaches", Cognitive Neuroscience Society meeting, New York, March 2003

      8 - Executive functions of the prefrontal cortex: insights from brain imaging and neural network modeling, Rutgers University, Department of Psychology, Newark, New Jersey, April 2003

      9 - Executive functions of the prefrontal cortex: insights from brain imaging and neural network modeling, West Virginia University, Department of Physiology and Advanced Brain Imaging Center, May 2003

      10 - Decision making and reward: insights from brain imaging (fMRI, PET, EEG) and neural network modeling, New York University, Department of Psychology, May 2003

      11 - Respective contributions of aging and performance to brain activation during working memory, Society For Neuroscience meeting, New Orleans, 2003

      12 - Different time scales of dopaminergic modulation, Annual Computational Neuroscience meeting, Alicante, Spain, July 2003

      13 - The prefrontal cortex: orientation to the future and to the past. The roles of tasks sequence predictability and history during tasks switching, Max Planck Institute, Leipzig, June 2004

      14 - Respective contributions of aging and performance to brain activation during working memory, European Federation of Neurological Societies (EFNS), Paris, September 2004

      15 - The prefrontal cortex: orientation to the future and to the past. The roles of tasks sequence predictability and history during tasks switching, Orsay Hospital and Neurosciences Institut in Marseille, September 2004

      16 - Neural representations of reward information without decision making in humans, Society For Neuroscience meeting, San Diego, October 2004

      17 - The brain as an inferential machine: insights from functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging in the domains of cognitive control and reward processing, Symposium in Advances in Magnetic Resonance Imaging, University of Barcelona & Facultat de Medecina, November 2004

      18 - The brain as an inferential machine: insights from functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging in the domains of cognitive control and reward processing, Paris at CREA-Ecole Polytechnique (February 2005) and at the “Doctoral school” in University Lyon 2, March 2005

      19 - Prefrontal cortex and reward system: insights from fMRI, Department of Neurosciences & Clinic of Neurology, University Medical Center, Geneva, April 2005

      20 - The prefrontal cortex: orientation to the future and to the past. The roles of tasks sequence predictability and history during tasks switching. 7e Colloque de la Société des Neurosciences, Lille, France, May 18-20, 2005

      21 - Neural coding of distinct statistical properties of the reward system in humans 8th World Congress of Biological Psychiatry, Vienna, Austria, 28 June-3 July 2005

      22 - Neural coding of distinct statistical properties of reward information in humans, Alpine Brain Imaging meeting, January 2006

      23- Système de récompense, génétique et schizophrénie : apports de l’IRMf, Symposium Cognition et Génétique dans la Schizophrénie, Juan Les Pins, BMS Pharmaceutics, Avril 2006

      24 - Multimodal neuroimaging of functional changes of the reward system associated with healthy aging, Human Brain Mapping, Florence, June 2006

      25 - Neural coding of distinct statistical properties of reward information in humans, SABE Society for the Advancement of Behavioral Economics) and IAREP (International Association for Research in Economic Psychology), Paris, June 2006

      25’- Reward and decision making, September 2006, Institut Pasteur, Paris

      26 – Reward and uncertainty. Gate, Groupe d’Analyse et de théorie économique, Lyon, 2008

      27 - Hormonal and genetic influences on the human reward system. Human Brain Mapping meeting, Melbourne, Australia, 2008

      28 – Fundamental and clinical neuroimaging approaches to reward processing, Talk for the Master 2 in Neuroscience, Lyon, January 2008

      29 – Comportements hyperdopaminergiques. Réunion Troubles du comportement et noyaux gris centraux, Clermont-Ferrand, 2008

      30 – Brain imaging studies on reward and decision-making, Max Planck Institute (MPI), Berlin, May 2008

      31 – Fundamental and clinical neuroimaging approaches to reward processing, Talk for the BioScience Master ENS, Lyon, May 2008

      32 – Neuroimaging approaches to reward processing, Talk to “Troubles du comportement et noyaux gris centraux”, club des Ganglions de la base et des mouvements anormaux, Clermont-Ferrand, June 2008

      33 – Neuroimaging approaches on reward processing and decision making in humans, Sissa, Trieste, Italy, July 2008

      34 – Modulation of the reward system by gonadal steroids: a combined pharmacological/fMRI study in healthy young women. Society for Neuroscience meeting, Washington DC, USA, Nov. 2008

      35 – Neuroimaging approaches on reward processing and decision making in humans, Cermep, Lyon, October 2008

      36 – Fundamental and clinical neuroimaging approaches to reward processing, Zurich, Switzerland, October 2008

      37 – International Workshop “How can cognitive neurosciences inform economics?”, Grenoble, October 23-24, 2009

      38 – Invited talk Workshop “Reward and decision making: insights from fMRI”, Ross University, Dominique, Carabians, September 17, 2010

      39 – Invited talk Donders Institute, Neijemegen, Netherdlands, September 21, 2010

      40 – Invited talk Centre George Pompidou Hospital, Paris, France, October 1, 2010

      41 – Short Talk at Alpine Brain Imaging Meeting, Neural coding of computational factors affecting decision making, Champéry, Switzerland, January 2011

      42 – Invited Talk at Cerco, Neuroimaging approaches on reward and decision making, January 20th, Toulouse, 2011

      43 – Invited Talk at the international workshop experiments on motivation, incentive and rationality, Gate, March 26th, Lyon, 2011

      44 – Invited Talk at Laboratory for Social and Neural Systems Research, University of Zurich, Neuromaging approaches on reward and decision making, April 14th, Switzerland, 2011

      45 – Invited Talk at French Experimental Economics Association (ASFSEE), Prosocial behavior and neuroimaging, May 19th, Schoelcher-Martinique, France, 2011

      46- Invited Talk at ‘Journée Romande de Neuropsychologie’, Sion, Switzerland, September 30, 2011

      47- Invited Talk at the Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience Unit, D'Or Institute for Research and Education, Rio, Brazil, November 23, 2011

      48- Invited Talk at the Epilepsy Unit, University of Campinas- Sao Paulo, Brazil, November, 2011

      49- Invited Talk at Allahabad University, Neural coding of Computational factors involved in decision making, India, December 2011 (this talk led to the publication of the paper: Dreher JC, Prog Brain Res. 2013;202:289-320)

      50- Invited Talk at the CNRS Université de Marseille, February 2012

      51- Invited Talk at the Expert Workshop on Gambling, Roma, March 2012

      52- Invited Talk at the D’Or Institute, Rio do Janeiro, Brazil, November 2012

      53- Invited Talk at the Labex Cortex, Lyon, November 2012

      54- Invited Talk and organization of the symposium ‘Reward and Decision making‘, ‘11° Colloque de la Société des Neurosciences française’, Lyon, 21-24 Mai, 2013

      55- Talk ‘Imbalance in the sensitivity to different types of rewards in pathological gambling’, 11th World Congress of Biological Psychiatry, 23 - 27 June 2013, Kyoto, Japan

      56- Invited talk ‘Neural coding of Computational factors affecting decision making’, Riken Institute, Tokyo, July 4th 2013, Japan

      57-  Invited talk at Association Français d’Economie Expérimentale (ASFEE), Ecully, June 2013

      58-  Invited talk at Barcelona University, September 27, Barcelona, Spain, 2013

      59- Dreher JC, Pathological gambling and the brain at the international multidisciplinary symposium on excessive gambling. Neuchâtel (Switzerland). January 16, 2014

      60- Dreher JC, Affective Brain Lab Online Talk Series (University College London), Tali Sharot lab. October 2d, 2014

      61- Dreher JC, First European Symposium of Neuropsychology, European Brain Council, Oporto, Portugal, November 15th, 2014

      62- Dreher JC, How does the brain make decisions ?, Tedx talk, November 2014

      63- Dreher JC, Social neuroscience and neuroeconomics. Workshop HEIDI-CORTEX for the inauguration of GATE-LAB, Gate, Ecully, France, October 29-30 2014

      64- Dreher JC, The role of estradiol on reward and decision making processes in women. Special public night, Satellite meeting for the ‘31° Congrès de la Société Française d’Endocrinologie’, Lyon, November 4, 2014

      65- Dreher JC, From perceptual to social decision making : recent model-based fMRI and intracranial approaches, Université Ouverte, November 17th, Lyon 1 University, 2014

      66- Dreher JC, La question du système de récompense et de la motivation, Confiance, estime de soi, Optimisme, Colloque IFATC, December 11, Musée dʼArt Contemporain de Lyon, 2014

      67- Dreher JC, From Reward Processing to Social Decision Making: Insights From Intracranial Recordings and Model-Based fMRI, Rio de Janeiro, Institut dor, February 15, 2015

      68- Dreher JC, Comment le cerveau fait-il ses choix?, ‘conférence grand public’ for the national event ‘Semaine du cerveau’, Bibliothèque Part-Dieu, Lyon, March 17 2015

      69- Dreher JC, From Reward Processing to Social Decision Making: Insights From Intracranial Recordings and Model-Based fMRI, International convention of psychological science (ICPS), Amsterdam, Netherlands, 12-14 March 2015

      70- Dreher JC, From Reward Processing to Social Decision Making: Insights From Intracranial Recordings and Model-Based fMRI, Brain Mind Institute, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland, April 28 2015

      71- Dreher JC, From Reward Processing to Social Decision Making: Insights From Intracranial Recordings and Model-Based fMRI, Bremen University, institute for theoretical physics/center for cognitive sciences, cognium building (invited by K. Pawelzik), Germany, October 26 2015

      72- Dreher JC, From Reward Processing to Social Decision Making: Insights From Intracranial Recordings and Model-Based fMRI, Institute for Advanced Studies, HWK, Delmenhorst, Germany January 20, 2016

      73- Dreher JC, From Reward Processing to Social Decision Making: Insights From Intracranial Recordings and Model-Based fMRI, Hamburg University (invited by C. Buechel), Germany, January 26, 2016

      74- Dreher JC, From Reward Processing to Social Decision Making: Insights From Intracranial Recordings and Model-Based fMRI, Aarhus University, Danemark (invited by M Kringelbach), Feb 1st, 2016

      75- Dreher JC, Hormonal regulation of reward processing and Social Decision Making, Dutch Neuroscience meeting, ‘Endo-Neuro-Psycho meeting’, invited by Paul Smeets (Image Sciences Institute, University Medical Center Utrecht), Lunteren, The Netherlands, June 10, 2016,

      76- Dreher JC, Learning social dominance hierarchies in the human brain, Institute for Advanced Studies, Workshop on Decision Neuroscience, organized by myself at HWK, Delmenhorst, Germany June 9th, 2016

      77- Dreher JC, Learning social dominance hierarchies in the human brain, 5th workshop on the computational properties of the prefrontal cortex, 29-31 August 2016, Lyon

      78- Dreher JC, From Reward Processing to Social Decision Making: Insights From Intracranial Recordings and Model-Based fMRI, Center for brain, behavior and metabolism, Lubeck, December 6th 2016

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