Spring 2024

Meetings take place every other Tuesday, according to the calendar below (*changes to the program may occur)

Starting time: 15:15 (unless specified otherwise)

Location: Hybrid (OsloMet, Pilestredet 38, room W011 and ZOOM – please sign up to our Lab´s newsletter to receive the meeting link and other updates)

16 January

Seminar on rule-governed behavior and clinical behavior analysis by visiting associate professor Jesus Alonso Vega (European University of Madrid).

30 January

Kalliu and Rafael present some of their recent work in the BeeLab.

13 February

Luiza shares an update on the data collection in her project on the altruism and punishment game.

27 February

“Entropy, Information, and Measuring Culturo-Behavioral Organization,” presented by Jonathan Krispin, Associate Professor at Valdosta State University.

Recommended reading: A computational theory of selection by consequences applied to concurrent schedules.

12 March

“Schedules of Reinforcement in Bumblebees”
Presentation by Anneli Erlien, David Steffarud, Hilde Holmer, and Ingvild Lismoen.

9 April

PAX Good Behavior Game: Using Social Network Analysis to investigate the effects of the classroom intervention on social interactions.”

23 April

Karin and Elisabeth present their posters in preparation of the NAFO yearly seminar in Storefjell.

7 May

Trial presentations in preparation of the ABAI annual conference in Philadelphia.

21 May

Marco presentes on nudging and organizations.

4 June

Ingunn and Marco share the highlights of their presentations at the ABAI annual conference and update the group on some of the developments and critical issues in the field based on selected talks and panel discussions.

18 June

Giulia presents her start-up project that she is inclubating and an update on her work during her Erasmus-funded stay at our Lab in the financial wellbeing project together with Luiza and Marco.

Camille shares her PhD project proposal, welcoming all feedback that she can get, titled: “Why do Antagonists Decide, at Some Point, to De-escalate and How Do we Know?”.

This is the last meeting for this semester. Happy holidays and see you back on August, 20th!