Palma (Mallorca) from 12 to 13 July 2016
First meeting of the SEJyD
(Society for the Advancement of Judgment
and Decision Making Studies)


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12  july 2016


Welcome
Place Gran Hotel Assembly Hall
Activities
08:00 h. to 08:30 h.Registration

08:30 h. to 08:45 h.Opening






SEPEX INAUGURAL PLENARY LECTURE
Place Gran Hotel Assembly Hall
Activities
08:45 h. to 09:45 h.Opening keynote address

The influence of aesthetic cues on decision-making

Speaker: Dr. Martin Skov, Copenhagen University Hospital Hvidovre





SESSION I: “NEW INSIGHTS ON THE STUDY OF AESTHETIC PREFERENCES”
Place Gran Hotel Assembly Hall
Chair, Marcos Nadal
Activities
09:50 h. to 10:05 h.Oral Communication

The time course of preference for curved contours: effects of presentation time and backward masking

Speaker: Guido Corradi, Universitat de les Illes Balears
10:05 h. to 10:20 h.Oral Communication

Individual differences in preference for curvature

Speaker: Manuel Belman Jodar, Universitat de les Illes Balears
10:20 h. to 10:35 h.Oral Communication

On the natural propensity to prefer curved contours: A cross-cultural study

Speaker: Jaume Rosselló Mir, Universitat de les Illes Balears
10:35 h. to 10:50 h.Oral Communication

Construction of visual complexity and aesthetic preference

Speaker: Marcos Nadal, University of the Balearic Islands
10:50 h. to 11:00 h.Discussion

Audience questions and comments





Coffee Break
Place Gran Hotel Cafetería - Restaurant
Activities
11:00 h. to 11:30 h.Coffee break






SESSION II: “DECISION MAKING IN THE FIELD OF CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR”
Place Gran Hotel Assembly Hall
Chair, Antonio M. Espín
Activities
11:30 h. to 11:45 h.Oral Communication

Individual differences in competent consumer choice: the role of impulsivity and numeracy

Speaker: Nicolao Bonini, University of Trento
11:45 h. to 12:00 h.Oral Communication

"In-fashion” or “always classy”? The effect of psychological pressure on the choice of status products

Speaker: Susan Danissa Calderón Urbina, IE Business School, IE University
12:00 h. to 12:15 h.Oral Communication

Promoting safer decisions in Internet users: Perceptual training to prevent phishing

Speaker: María Manuela Moreno Fernández, Universidad de Deusto
12:15 h. to 12:30 h.Oral Communication

Testing the level of consistency between choices and beliefs in games using eye-tracking

Speaker: Luca Polonio, University of Trento
12:30 h. to 12:45 h.Oral Communication

Foreign Language Promotes Consumption of Aversive Innovative Products

Speaker: Constantinos Hadjichristidis, University of Trento
12:45 h. to 13:00 h.Discussion

Questions and comments





SESSION III: “DECISION MAKING IN THE FIELD OF HEALTH SCIENCES”
Place Gran Hotel Assembly Hall
Chair, Jaume Rosselló
Activities
13:00 h. to 13:15 h.Oral Communication

Improving health decision making: Designing graphs to address multiple risk communication goals

Speaker: Yasmina Okan, Leeds University Business School
13:15 h. to 13:30 h.Oral Communication

Decision making of heart attack patients: Numeracy predicts risk of critical pre-hospital decision delay

Speaker: Dafina Petrova, University of Granada
13:30 h. to 13:45 h.Oral Communication

Decision making about screening: What factors influence physicians’ risk communication and recommendations?

Speaker: Dafina Petrova, University of Granada
13:45 h. to 14:00 h.Oral Communication

The presence of side effects improves accuracy in judging the effectiveness of a bogus treatment

Speaker: Marcos Díaz-Lago, University of Deusto
14:00 h. to 14:15 h.Discussion

Questions and comments





Lunch Break
Place El Corte Inglés Restaurant (Jaume III)
Activities
14:15 h. to 16:00 h.Lunch






TRACK A - PARALLEL SESSION IV*: “MORAL JUDGMENT” [1]
Place Gran Hotel Assembly Hall
Chair, Antoni Gomila
Activities
16:00 h. to 16:15 h.Oral Communication

Foreign language effect on moral judgment and behavior

Speaker: Despoina Alempaki, Center for Decision Research and Experimental Economics (CeDEx) University of Nottingham, UK
16:15 h. to 16:30 h.Oral Communication

Processing disfluency increases utilitarian responses to moral dilemmas

Speaker: Felisa González, Universidad de Granada
16:30 h. to 16:45 h.Oral Communication

Our moral judgments are foreign to us: the effect of language

Speaker: Joanna Darrow Corey, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
16:45 h. to 17:00 h.Oral Communication

Foreign language influences the relative contribution of intentions and outcomes to moral judgment

Speaker: Janet Geipel, VU University Medical Center Amsterdam
17:00 h. to 17:15 h.Oral Communication

Cognitive fatigue and moral reasoning

Speaker: Shane Timmons, Trinity College Dublin
17:15 h. to 17:30 h.Oral Communication

Moral Muscles in Virtual Landscapes

Speaker: Kathryn  Francis, Plymouth University
17:30 h. to 18:00 h.Discussion

Questions and comments





TRACK B - PARALLEL SESSION V **: “OPEN COMMUNICATIONS” [1]
Place Gran Hotel "Espai A"
Chair, Jaume Rosselló
Activities
16:00 h. to 16:15 h.Oral Communication

Uncertainty Regulation Theory: How the feeling of uncertainty shapes decision making

Speaker: Daniel Navarro-Martinez, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
16:15 h. to 16:30 h.Oral Communication

Reducing fluency increases accuracy in judgments of null contingency

Speaker: Helena Matute, Universidad de Deusto
16:30 h. to 16:45 h.Oral Communication

Variability in advice taking in decision making

Speaker: Miho Kitamura, Waseda University
16:45 h. to 17:00 h.Oral Communication

Opposite effects of feedback contingency on risky decision-making.

Speaker: Alberto Megías Robles, Universidad de Granada
17:00 h. to 17:15 h.Oral Communication

Decision Making in a reversal Learning task: affective and personality variables.

Speaker: Francisco David Pascual Nicolás, Universidad Camilo José Cela
17:15 h. to 17:30 h.Oral Communication

New Bayesian methods for solving long-standing problems in contingency learning: The case of PREE

Speaker: Fernando Blanco, Universidad de Deusto
17:30 h. to 18:00 h.Discussion

Questions and comments





Coffee Break
Place Gran Hotel Cafetería - Restaurant
Activities
18:00 h. to 18:30 h.Coffee break






TRACK A - PARALLEL SESSION VI*: “MORAL JUDGMENT” [2]
Place Gran Hotel Assembly Hall
Chair, Antonio Gomila
Activities
18:30 h. to 18:45 h.Oral Communication

The Undercover Altruist: When Doing Good Is Socially Awkward

Speaker: Gert Cornelissen, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
18:45 h. to 19:00 h.Oral Communication

Unethical Behavior under Relative Performance Compensation: Evidence and Remedy

Speaker: Konstantina Tzini, IE Business School
19:00 h. to 19:15 h.Oral Communication

Searching for Moral Dumbfounding

Speaker: Cillian McHugh, Mary Immaculate College - University of Limerick
19:15 h. to 19:30 h.Oral Communication

Sex feels right: A cross-cultural comparison of the effects of suboptimal sexual pictures on moral judgments

Speaker: Antonio Olivera La Rosa, FUNLAM
19:30 h. to 19:45 h.Oral Communication

Moral Judgment Reloaded: beyond Dual-Process theory

Speaker: Antoni Gomila Benejam, Universitat de les Illes Balears
19:45 h. to 20:00 h.Discussion

Questions and comments





TRACK B - PARALLEL SESSION VII**: “OPEN COMMUNICATIONS“ [2]
Place Gran Hotel "Espai A"
Chair, Juan Tomás Escudero
Activities
18:30 h. to 18:45 h.Oral Communication

How humans decide to cooperate: a cross-cultural comparison in Ghana and Mexico

Speaker: Cristina Acedo Carmona, Universitat de les Illes Balears
18:45 h. to 19:00 h.Oral Communication

Bringing together “old” and “new” ways of solving social dilemmas: the case of Spanish Gitanos

Speaker: Antonio M. Espín, Middlesex University London Business School
19:00 h. to 19:15 h.Discussion

Questions and comments



13  july 2016


PLENARY LECTURE
Place Gran Hotel Assembly Hall
Activities
08:45 h. to 09:45 h.Plenary Lecture

DECISION THEORY AND RULES OF THUMB

Speaker: Dr. Konstantinos Katsikopoulos, Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Deputy director





PANEL DISCUSSION
Place Gran Hotel Assembly Hall
Activities
09:50 h. to 11:00 h.Panel

The reproducibility crisis in social sciences: Facing the challenge of better JDM research practices

Chair: José César Perales López, Universidad de Granada
Participant: Juan Ramón Barrada, Universidad de Zaragoza
Participant: Marcos Nadal, University of the Balearic Islands
Participant: Miguel A. Vadillo, University College London





Coffee Break
Place Gran Hotel Cafetería - Restaurant
Activities
11:00 h. to 11:30 h.Coffee break






PLENARY LECTURE
Place Gran Hotel Assembly Hall
Activities
11:30 h. to 12:30 h.Plenary Lecture

DECISION MAKING COMPETENCE ACROSS THE LIFE SPAN

Speaker: Dr. Wändi Bruine de Bruin, University of Leeds





POSTER SESSION
Place Gran Hotel Assembly Hall
Activities
12:30 h. to 14:00 h.Poster Session

Please, look at the end of the program to see the complet list of posters





Lunch Break
Place El Corte Inglés Restaurant (Jaume III)
Activities
14:00 h. to 15:45 h.Lunch






SESSION VIII: “DECISION MAKING IN THE FIELD OF SPORT SCIENCES”
Place Gran Hotel Assembly Hall
Chair, Juan Tomás Escudero
Activities
15:45 h. to 16:00 h.Oral Communication

The effect of executive load on judgments of perceived physical effort and affective valuation during a dual mental-physical task

Speaker: David Cárdenas, Universidad de Granada
16:00 h. to 16:15 h.Oral Communication

The development of decision making skill in football, based on the non-linear pedagogy

Speaker: Fernando Claver Rabaz, Univsersidad de Extremadura
16:15 h. to 16:25 h.Discussion

Questions and comments





ARP-SEJYD STUDENTS AWARD CEREMONY
Place Gran Hotel Assembly Hall
Activities
16:25 h. to 16:40 h.Award

The awards will be presented by Neus Palmer and Javier Aloy as ARP representatives





Coffee Break
Place Gran Hotel Cafetería - Restaurant
Activities
16:40 h. to 17:10 h.Coffee break






SESSION IX: “NEURAL BASIS OF JUDGMENT AND DECISION MAKING”
Place Gran Hotel Assembly Hall
Chair, Alfonso Barros-Loscertales
Activities
17:15 h. to 17:30 h.Oral Communication

Neurometric variation of decision-conflict brain activity during intertemporal choice

Speaker: Hause Lin, University of Toronto
17:30 h. to 17:45 h.Oral Communication

The Stimulus Preceding Negativity as a psychophysiological marker of uncertainty learning in gambling disorder patients

Speaker: José César Perales López, Universidad de Granada
17:45 h. to 18:00 h.Oral Communication

Adolescents with overweight show fronto-limbic connectivity alterations during reward anticipation

Speaker: Juan F. Navas, Universidad de Granada
18:15 h. to 18:30 h.Oral Communication

The role of visual area V5 in the perception of implied motion in art and its appreciation

Speaker: Marcos Nadal, University of the Balearic Islands
18:30 h. to 18:45 h.Discussion

Questions and comments





CLOSING PLENARY LECTURE
Place Gran Hotel Assembly Hall
Activities
18:45 h. to 19:45 h.Closing Plenary Lecture

NEW FINDINGS ON THE NEURAL BASIS OF DECISION MAKING

Speaker: Dr. Todd Anthony Hare, University of Zurich, Assistant Professor of Neuroeconomics





SEJyD MEMBERS ASSEMBLY
Place Gran Hotel Assembly Hall
Activities
19:45 h. to 21:00 h.Meeting






FAREWELL RELAXING FINGER-FOOD
Place Restaurant Es Baluard
Activities
22:00 h. to 00:00 h.Closing dinner






FIRST SEJYD MEETING POSTER LIST
Place Gran Hotel Assembly Hall
Activities
Poster

1-AP Automotive HMI: Evolution and evaluation
Poster

2-AP Effects of aproach/avoidance priming words on the preference for curvature

: Neus Palmer Covas, Universitat de les Illes Balears
Poster

3-CB The decision of purchase is related to electrodermal orientation response

Speaker: Adrián Alacreu-Crespo, University of Valencia
Poster

4-CB Farmers' responses on agricultural subsidies: case of grape growers
Poster

5-MJ Effect of language and psychopathic personality on moral judgement

Speaker: Raül López Penadés, Universitat de les Illes Balears
Poster

6-MJ Moral Foundations of illusory correlation

Speaker: Javier Rodríguez Ferreiro, Universitat de Barcelona
Poster

7-MJ The role of emotion in morality's influence on non-moral judgments

Speaker: Rodrigo Jesús Díaz Martín, Universitat de les Illes Balears
Poster

8-MJ Evaluation of Moral Reasoning: An updated literature review

Speaker: Manuel Martí-Vilar, Universitat de València
Poster

9-MJ Self-Concept and moral reasoning in a sample of Valencian teenagers

Speaker: Jesús Mas-Vilata, Universitat de València
Poster

10-MJ Moral Reasoning and Judgment in Childhood. Relations to Mind Understanding and Peer Acceptance

Speaker: Carmen Barajas, University of Málaga
Poster

11-MJ Morality and distance: Carving into the parochialist in moral judgment

Speaker: Hugo Viciana, 
Poster

12-NB Reward improve cognitive control by Reducing brain network activity in cocaine addicts during stop-signal task

Speaker: Alfonso Barros Loscertales, Universitat Jaume I
Poster

13-NB Electrophysiological correlates of decision to cooperate based on identities and emotions.

Speaker: Eduardo Madrid Cañadas, University of Granada
Poster

14-NB The neural basis of risk perception: results from a daily life task.

Speaker: Alberto Megías Robles, Universidad de Granada
Poster

15-SC The effects of decision making in the cardiovascular recovery to competition

Speaker: Adrián Alacreu-Crespo, University of Valencia
Poster

16-SC Questioning and choosing as tools in an intervention program in young volleyballers

Speaker: Fernando Claver Rabaz, Univsersidad de Extremadura
Poster

17-SC Are decision-making and procedural knowledge predictors of objective and subjective performance in young volleyballers?

Speaker: Alba Práxedes Pizarro,  Universidad de Extremadura
Poster

18-OP Emotional inhibition increases risky decisions in a gambling task

Speaker: Katsumi Watanabe, Waseda University
Poster

19-OP Impact of Emotions in Decision Making and its Sensitivity to Learning

Speaker: Patricia Jimenez Jimenez, Universidad Camilo Jose Cela
Poster

20-OP The significance of human factor in the political-legal decision making. The example of 23-F
Poster

21-OP Processing information in a foreign language reduces the Outcome bias
Poster

22-OP A role for cognitive effort in self-control and intertemporal choice: a new behavioural economics model

Speaker: Lukasz Tanajewski, University of Nottingham
Poster

23-OP A debiasing intervention with undergraduate students

Speaker: Itxaso Barberia, Universitat de Barcelona
Poster

24-OP Haptic feedback in ecoDriving: a real driving test with an Electric Vehicle

Speaker: Jaume Rosselló Mir, Universitat de les Illes Balears
Poster

25-OP Fatherhood as biopsicosociocultural process

Speaker: María Cándida Alamillos Guardiola, Universitat de les Illes Balears, PHD STUDENT