SNE 2022

Sept 30 – Oct 2, 2022
Hyatt Regency Crystal City, Arlington, VA

SNE is anchored in the Society’s mission to foster research on the foundations of economic behavior by promoting collaboration and discussion among scholars from the psychological, economic, and neural sciences, and to ensure the continued advancement of the field of neuroeconomics by supporting young researchers.

The multidisciplinary nature of SNE provides the perfect environment to bring together these different perspectives united under the common goal of increasing understanding of decision making. The 2022 Meeting will adhere to the traditional format and will feature the Kavli Lecture as well as several invited panels.

Most importantly, we will be presenting research contributed by our members.  SNE 2022 will feature individual oral presentations grouped by themes as well as posters. 

We are committed to making SNE 2022 accessible to everyone & are looking forward to welcoming back our annual face-to-face meeting.   

Key Dates

February 28 2022 – Abstract Submission Opens
April 8 2022 – Registration opens
May 13 2022 – Abstract Submission Closes
July 22, 2022 – Late Breaking Form opens (poster submissions only)
August 1 2022 – Early bird registration deadline
August 19 2022 – Late Breaking Abstract Deadline (Poster submissions only)
September 7 2022
– Last day to register at “regular” conference rate
September 8 2022 – Last day to reserve a hotel room at the conference rate
September 30 2022 – Conference Begins
October 2 2022 – Conference Ends


Scientific Program Committee
Tali Sharot, Program Chair, University College London
Paul Glimcher, Program Co-Chair, New York University



Society for Neuroeconomics Code of Conduct

The Society for Neuroeconomics (“Society”) aims to develop and support the scholarship of an interdisciplinary community conducting research on the foundations of decision-making behavior. Our success requires a community where all are free to exchange scientific ideas in a safe, inclusive and respectful environment without harassment or other forms of unprofessionalism.

To this end, the Code of Conduct below reflects our Society’s values and our expectations for Society members, meeting attendees, and/or guests. We expect that members of the community will work to uphold these values in addition to professional standards set by their home institutions and/or employers as well as all applicable laws in host countries.

Attendees (and guests) at our meetings should treat each other with respect. Discussions should be respectful, civil, professional, constructive, allow for disagreement, and be regarded as opportunities to learn from each other.

Furthermore, attendees and guests are expected to abstain to not use epithets/slurs, to not act in a threatening, intimidating, or hostile manner, and to not behave or speak in ways that would be generally considered offensive to other members of the Society.

The Society will not tolerate sexual harassment, which includes any sexual communication or attention that is offensive, intimidating, or humiliating. Sexual language and imagery, unless related to specific scientific findings or discussions, is deemed inappropriate for any conference venue including talks, workshops, social events, and conference-related social media activity.

Consequences of Unacceptable Behavior: The Society Executive will determine the appropriate course of action in the case of a reported violation of this code of conduct. Possible actions include warning the offender, expulsion from the conference with no refund, and/or banning the offender from future Society events and activities. The Society also reserves the right to notify an employer or home institution of any serious misconduct involving one of its employees, trainees, students or members and will cooperate with any external investigation into such cases of misconduct. Local authorities will be notified in the case of potentially illegal activities.

Important reminder from @nyuniversity Andy Schotter about why choice data aren’t all we have or need in economics

Use case for fMRI in understanding auctions here #neuroeconomics

Bummer! The reliability of individual economic rationality measurements is moderate to poor🙁Here's a summary 🧵of our recent paper @PNASNews /w @lucalupken, Nils Lüschow, and @kalenscher. #neuroeconomics @INSEAD @HHU_de cc @veredkurtz @vectornomist

📢🚨 recruiting postdoc(s) to study mechanisms/behavioral significance of #DopamineWaves 👇🏾👇🏾 using modern approaches, multilevel neurocomputational models and strong interface with #psychiatry, #neuroeconomics, #addiction, and #computerscience

reach out if interested

Arif Hamid @arifahamid

What we found:
1) We discovered a novel activity pattern in the DA axons across the dorsal striatum. They are organized into waves. Check out this video 👇🏽

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