15 Jun 2016
Oxford Internet Institute, 1 St Giles, Oxford OX1 3JS United Kingdom
Common sense would tell us that “Two heads are better than one”. But the same common sense suggests that “too many cooks spoil the broth”. Where do such contradictory attitudes towards cooperation come from? In my talk I present a theoretical framework for collective decision making under uncertainty and go through some experimental evidence that points to some of the factors affecting the success or failure of cooperation.
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Dr Bahador Bahrami
Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London
Bahador was born and raised in Iran. Did his MD in Tehran University and then came to UCL in 2004 to do a PhD in cognitive neuroscience with Vincent Walsh and Nilli Lavie. In 2008 he went to Denmark to do a postdoc with Chris Frith and Andreas Roepstorff. Since 2010 he is back to UCL, first on fellowship from British Academy and then moving to a starting grant from European Research Council working on the cognitive and biological basis of social interactive decision making.