Internal seminars

Our internal seminars are an opportunity to present in an informal setting. Anything related to behavioral sciences broadly speaking is welcome. Presentations at an early stage of a project are also welcome.

#1 September 29, 2020

Short presentations: Lotta Harju; Nikos Bonizelos; Philippe Jacquart

#2 October 13, 2020

Short presentations: Brice Corgnet ; Lauren Keating ; Gordon Sayre

#3 November 10, 2020

Short presentations: Frederic Moisan ; Lotta Harju ; Ahmed Nofal

#4 November 17, 2020

Gordon Sayre

  • Scarcity at Work: Understanding the Effects of Pay Variability on Health

#5 November 24, 2020

Speed presentations: Jean-Claude Dreher ; Jacopo Magnani ; Ikram Nasr

#6 December 15, 2020

Philippe Jacquart

  • Decision making in the context of leader evaluation and selection

#7 January 19, 2021

Ikram Nasr

  • How and When Does Corporate Social Responsibility Encourage Employees’ Socially Responsible Behavior Outside the Workplace?

#8 March 16, 2021

Lauren Keating

  • Lay theories of expertise: An exploration.

#9 March 23, 2021

Brice Corgnet

  • Tail events, emotions and risk taking

#10 May 25, 2021

Nikos Bonizelos

  • Hybrid expatriates: A comprehensive model for UN volunteers' intentions to go to yet another mission

#11 May 27, 2021

Frederic Moisan

  • Connectors and Influencers (this seminar is organized and hosted by the GATE-Lab)

#12 June 8, 2021

Jacopo Magnani

  • Limited Strategic Thinking and the Cursed Match

#13 June 15, 2021

Jean-Claude Dreher

  • Neurocomputational mechanisms engaged in moral and social decision making