Venue: Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, IL.
Room: West Pavilion & Auditorium

Program Overview
Printed Program

Thursday, October 17, 2019

11:00 am — 8:00 pm Onsite Registration & Pre-Registration Check In
12:00 pm — 12:15 pm Welcoming Remarks by President, Stephanie Cacioppo
12:15 pm — 12:20 pm S4SN Videos from S4SN Alumni
12:30 pm — 4:30 pm Social Neuroscience Fair

Outreach Fair with Underserved Kids from South Chicago

Career Fair: Meet & Greet with Faculty in Social Neuroscience

Diversity & Minorities Inclusion Fair: Meet & Greet in Social Neuroscience

4:00 pm — 5:00 pm Break
5:30 pm — 6:45 pm Keynote Fireside Chat with Dr. Vivek Murthy (President Obama’s Former US Surgeon General) – Presided by Dr. Facundo Manes (Neurologist)
6:45 pm — 8:30 pm Welcome Cocktail Reception and Poster Session

Friday, October 18, 2019

7:00 am — 5:00 pm Onsite Registration & Pre-Registration Check In
7:55 am — 8:00 am S4SN Videos from S4SN Alumni
8:00 am — 9:15 am Symposium 1: Neuronal Circuits and Computations Underlying Social Interactions. Chair, Hamidreza Ramezanpour (15 min each
with Q&A)

8:00 am — 8:15 am

S1.1 Norihiro Sadato, Across-Brain Networks Emerged from Face-to-Face Social Interactions Probed by Hyper-Scanning fMRI: Eye-Contact, Joint Attention, and its Memory.

8:15 am — 8:30 am

S1.2 Xiaosi Gu, The Social Brain: Norms, Beliefs, and Model Based Influence.

8:30 am — 8:45 am

S1.3 Hamidreza Ramezanpour, Decoding of the Other's Focus of Attention by a Temporal Cortex Module.

8:45 am — 9:00 am

S1.4 Raymundo Baez-Mendoza, Prefrontal Mechanisms for Tracking Group Behavior, Reputation, Conformity, and Identity in Monkeys and Mice.

9:00 am — 9:15 am

Q&A Facilitated by the Chair

9:15 am — 9:20 am S4SN Videos from S4SN Alumni
9:20 am — 10:30 am Symposium 2: Neural Mechanisms Underlying Social Decision-Making Across Species. Chair: Patricia Lockwood (15 min each with Q&A)

9:20 am — 9:35 am

S2.1 Gül Dölen, Social Reward: Developmental mechanisms and therapeutic opportunities.

9:35 am — 9:50 am

S2.2 Olga Dal Monte, Neural circuits of dynamic and interactive social behaviors

9:50 am — 10:05 am

S2.3 Patricia Lockwood, Neural mechanisms of social learning

10:05 am — 10:20 am

S2.4 Marco Wittmann, Social influences on performance learning in medial prefrontal cortex

10:20 am — 10:30 am

Q&A Facilitated by Chair

10:30 am — 11:00 am S4SN Awardees: Where Are They Now, and What Are They Working On? (5 min each)

10:30 am — 10:35 am

Zoe Donaldson (animal work, 2012 awardee)

10:35 am — 10:40 am

Olga Klimecki (human work, 2014 awardee)

10:40 am — 10:45 am

Gül Dölen (animal work, 2014 awardee)

10:45 am — 10:50 am

Steve Chang (talk, animal work, 2016 awardee)

10:50 am — 10:55 am

Eliza Bliss-Moreau (animal work, 2018 awardee)

11:00 am — 12:15 pm Lunch (Served): Meet & Greet with S4SN Speakers.
12:15 pm — 1:25 pm Symposium 3: Role of Contextual and Individual Factors in Modulating Stress Reactivity Across Species. Chair: Janelle Beadle (15 min each with Q&A)

12:15 pm — 12:30 pm

S3.1 Stuart White, Testosterone Reactivity Following a Social Challenge Influences the Neural Correlates of Emotion Regulation in Healthy Adolescents

12:30 pm — 12:45 pm

S3.2 Adam Smith, Oxytocin Induces Reverse Susceptibility to Social Defeat Stress in a Sex-Specific Manner

12:45 pm — 1:00 pm

S3.3 Janelle Beadle, Cortisol Reactivity and Prosocial Decision Making in Older Caregivers

1:00 pm — 1:15 pm

S3.4 Rosemary Strasser, Cortisol Synchrony and Stress Buffering in Dog-Owner Dyads

1:15 pm — 1:25 pm

Q&A Facilitated by the Chair

1:25 pm — 1:30 pm S4SN Videos from S4SN Alumni
1:30 pm — 3:15 pm 10th Anniversary Session: Social Neuroscience in The City. Chair & Keynote: Peggy Mason

1:30 pm — 2:00 pm

Peggy Mason, Exploring the Bystander Effect in Rats.

2:00 pm — 2:15 pm

Angela Grippo, Emotion and the Heart: The Role of Social Neuroscience (From the City and Beyond)

2:15 pm — 2:30 pm

Stacy Rosenbaum, Early Life Adversity, Social Connectedness, and Health Outcomes Among Wild Female Baboons in Amboseli National Park, Kenya

2:30 pm — 2:45 pm

Sarah London, Neural Properties that Promote and Limit the Ability to Learn from Social Interactions

2:45 pm — 3:00 pm

Josh Correll, Race, Face Recognition, and Mistaken Interpretations about the Role of the Eyes

3:00 pm — 3:15 pm

Agustin Ibanez, From the Social Lab to the Cognition in the Wild: The Legacy of John Cacioppo

3:15 pm — 3:30 pm Coffee Break
3:30 pm — 3:35 pm S4SN Videos from S4SN Alumni
3:35 pm — 4:30 pm Symposium 4: New Perspectives on the Neurochemical Bases of Social and Non-Social Stress Relief. Chair: Siri Leknes

3:35 pm — 3:50 pm

S4.1 James Burkett, Vicarious Distress and Consolation in Prairie Voles as a Model of Empathy

3:50 pm — 4:05 pm

S4.2 Leah Mayo, The Endocannabinoid System as a Novel Target for the Treatment of Stress-Related Psychopathologies: Evidence from Healthy and Clinical Human Populations

4:05 pm — 4:15 pm

S4.3 Matt Hill, Endocannabinoid Regulation of CRH Neurons in the PVN and Stress-Related Behavioral Changes

4:15 pm — 4:30 pm

S4.4 Siri Leknes, Opioid Drug Relief of Social and Non-Social Stress in Humans: Implications for Addiction

4:30 pm — 4:55 pm Early Career Awards
4:55 pm — 5:00 pm Closing Remarks

Saturday, October 19, 2019

Chicago River Cruise (optional), to purchase tickets online visit: https://www.ShorelineSightseeing.com and enter promo code Web2019 to receive $2 off each adult ticket.

*Tentative schedule, subject to change.