Date(s) - 11/10/2017
Renaissance Washington DC Hotel
We won’t be exhibiting at S4SN this year, but this is an important event for many of our customers. The meeting will consist of two poster sessions a Special Keynote Address by Nancy Kanwisher on “The Functional Architecture of Social Vision”, a Novel Approaches and Methodologies Session with Julie Sliwa on “Comparing human and monkey neural circuits for processing social scenes” and Suzanne Dikker on “Learning and connecting in the real world: conducting neuroscience research in high school classrooms and museums”. There will be three symposium sessions where symposium will discuss topics of social neuroscience from both the human and animal model perspectives.
- Symposium 1: “Neural Representations of Social Networks and Contexts”. Speakers: James Curley, Carolyn Parkinson, Kevin Ochsner and Magda Teles.
- Symposium 2: “The social transmission of pain and threat: Implications for understanding social communication, social behavior, and social relationships”. Speakers: Abigail Marsh, Jeffrey Mogil, Marie-H Monfils and Isabella Wagner.
- Symposium 3: “Anxiety and responding to threat: Neurobiological and contextual contributions to development.” Speakers: Harma Meffert, Jacek Debiec, Kalina J. Michalska and Alexander Schackman.