Cognitive and Experimental

Economic Decisions and Bounded Rationality


Capua, May 20 2010 - Caserta, May 21 2010

Faculty of Psychology
Department of Psychology

Via Vivaldi, 43
Caserta, 21 May 2010


Cognitive Foundations of Human Decisions

10.30: Welcome

10.40 - 13.20
Session I
(Chair: Olimpia Matarazzo, Professor of General Psychology, Second University of Naples)

P. Terna, University of Turin:
Cognitive or Behavioral Economics? Brain Scanning, Experiments, Multi-agent Simulation for an Interaction among Psychology, Economics, and Social Sciences

M. Cardaci, University of Palermo:
Situational Variables and Individual Differences in Decision Making

M. Maldonato, University of Basilicata:
Consciousness, Decision Making, and Embodied Cognition:
the Shadow Sides of Homo Oeconomicus

13.20-14.30 Lunch

14.30 - 17.30
Session II
(Chair: Anna Esposito, Professor in Computer Science, Second University of Naples)

A. Innocenti, University of Siena:
Eye-Tracking and Decision under Uncertainty

F. Giardini, CNR Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies, Rome:
Overconfidence Bias and Expectations in Decision Making

A. Maffioletti, University of Turin:
Economic Choices Under Uncertainty: the Contribution of Experimental Economics

17.00-17.30 General discussion and conclusion

Secounda Università degli Studi di Napoli