Photo of

Dr. Tina Strombach

Building: 28.01
Floor/Room: 01.16
Phone +49 211 81-10273

Dr. Tina Strombach hat Psychologie an der Universiteit Maastricht, Niederlande und der Université Pierre Mendès- France in Genoble, Frankreich und Corporate Management & Economics an der Zeppelin Universität, Friedrichshafen studiert. Im September 2011 hat sie ihre Promotion am Lehrstuhl für Vergleichende Psychologie von Prof. Tobias Kalenscher begonnen zum Thema behavioral economics and decision neuroscience.


Aktuelle Forschungsinteressen: social discounting, neuroeconomics & decision neuroscience (fMRI), consumer neuroscience

 

Publications

 

Strombach, T., Hubert, M. & Kenning, P (forthcoming). The neural underpinnings of performance-based incentives, In: Journal of Economic Psychology.

Strombach, T., Weber, B., Hangebrauk, Z., Kenning, P., Karipidis, I.I., Tobler, P.M., Kalenscher, T. (2015). Social discounting involves modulation of neural value signals by temporo-parietal junction, PNAS, 112(5).

Strombach, T., Jin, J., Weber, B., Kenning, P., Shen, Q., Na, Q. & Kalenscher, T. (2014). Charity Begins at Home - Cultural Differences in Social Discounting and Generosity. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making.

Kalenscher, T. & Strombach, T. (2013). Die Macht der Versuchung [The power of temptation]. Gehirn&Geist, 11, 62-67.



Conferences (selection):


Strombach, T., Kalenscher, T., Kenning, P., Ma, Q., Jin, J., Shen Q. & Weber,B. (2011). Individualism vs. Collectivism: An Investigation into Cultural Differences in Social Discounting. Society for Neuroeconomics Annual Conference, Evanston, IL, USA.

Strombach, T., Weber, B., Kenning, P., Tobler, P., & Kalenscher, T. (2012). Neural Correlates of Social Discounting. Society for Neuroeconomics Annual Conference, Miami, FL, USA.

Strombach, T., Weber, B., Kenning, P., Tobler, P., & Kalenscher, T. (2013). Neural Correlates of Social Discounting. Annual Meeting of the Society for Social and Affective Neuroscience, San Francisco, CA, USA.


Responsible for the content: E-MailProf. Dr. Peter Kenning